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    Traditional Logic answer error?

    I thought I was "getting it" regarding the opposition of statements; however, I'm stumped.
    On page 80, question 42, the first sentence reads, "The A statement and the E statement are not subcontrary because, although they differ in quality, they do not differ in quantity.
    I answered False thinking the reason they are not subcontrary is because they are universal, not particular.
    I wondered if the answer key is wrong, but I know it's probably something I'm not seeing.
    Please help!
    Thank you very much.

    #2
    Yes. You are correct. That is an error in the key. It should be false. We will correct that in the next edition. Good catch.

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