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  • n. A valid form of argument in which the consequent of a conditional proposition is denied, thus implying the denial of the antecedent. Modus tollens has this form:

Etymologies

From modus tollendō tollēns ("the mode where the denying denies"), from modus ("mode") and forms of tollō ("I deny"). (Wiktionary)

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