Square of Opposition


Describe the Square of Opposition. It is categorical logic, purpose and the key features. Explain how the Square of Opposition is used to translate statements into standard-form claims and corresponding standard-form claims including a description of the relationships that are depicted within the square. Use diagram as a guide, create one original example using an ordinary statement and translating it into standard form claims (A, E, I, and O statements) using the Square of Opposition. What are the components of the A, E, I, and O standard form claims? Explain why each choice of a claim in your example is correct for that particular relationship.
Use original examples and not ones from the text or online resources.