quantity - propositional

<philosophical terminology> along with propositional quality, one of the distinguishing features among categorical propositions: a universal proposition (A or E) refers to all members of the class designated by its subject term; a particular proposition (I or O) refers only to some members of that class.

[A Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names]

<2002-06-02>

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