Universal Sentence

A universal sentence is a sentence (i.e., formula of the predicate calculus without free variables) whose variables are universally quantified.

See also

Existential Sentence, Universal Formula, Universal Quantifier

Portions of this entry contributed by Lorenzo Sauras-Altuzarra

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Carnap, R. Introduction to Symbolic Logic and Its Applications. New York: Dover, p. 34, 1958.

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Sauras-Altuzarra, Lorenzo and Weisstein, Eric W. "Universal Sentence." From MathWorld--A Wolfram Web Resource.

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