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Law of Detachment

Rule

Law of Detachment

For two statements,  and the Law of Detachment states that:

If is true and is true, then is true.

This might sound more complicated than it is. Consider the following two statements.

  1. If you live in LA, you live on the West Coast.
  2. You live in LA.

According to the Law of Detachment, you live on the West Coast since both statements are true.