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A [[logical connective]] is a way of combining [[proposition]]s to form new [[proposition]]s.  For example, [[and]], [[or]], and [[not]] are [[logical connective]]s.
 
A [[logical connective]] is a way of combining [[proposition]]s to form new [[proposition]]s.  For example, [[and]], [[or]], and [[not]] are [[logical connective]]s.

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A logical connective is a way of combining propositions to form new propositions. For example, and, or, and not are logical connectives.