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Predicate Logic - How predicate logic is better than propositional logic?


Briefly said, the key distinction is that assertions like "there is some element (in some set) such that..." or "for all elements (in some set) we have..." can be expressed in predicative logic, also known as first-order logic, while in propositional logic, they cannot be expressed.