Two statements are said to be materially equivalentor equivalent in truth value when their truth values cannot be the negation of each other: i.e. they must both be true or both be false. We can read material equivalence as p if and only if q.


  • Copi, I. M, Cohen, C., (2001), "Introduction to Logic", 11th Edition.

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