Disjunctive proposition

a proposition in which the parts are connected by disjunctive conjunctions, specifying that one of two or more propositions may hold, but that no two propositions may hold at the same time; as it is either day or night.

See also: Disjunctive

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In the disjunctive situation discussed in this article, the fact finder can conclude that a disjunctive proposition is more likely true than false even though it is persuaded that each of the alternatives constituting the disjunction, or any subset of them, is more likely false than true.
The Stoics defined a disjunctive proposition as |one which is disjoined by the disjunctive connective "either".
This allows a very high-level view of logics, and it prompts philosophical questions, like whether there are any genuinely disjunctive propositions.