Implication It is a term with several uses, according to the definitions indicated by the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) . It may be the consequence or sequel of something of one contradiction between terms or of a moral or legal incompatibility to make a fair decision .
For example: "It is important to remind children of the implication of a nutritious breakfast in their health and in their daily activities", “Those who commit crimes should take into account the implications of their criminal actions”, “The proliferation of diseases Infectious is an implication of flooding ”, "It is easy to detect the implications between what was said by the official candidate and the expressions of the main opponent".
At the judicial level, an implication may be an issue that affects a judge who, under other conditions, would be competent to rule on an issue but, because it is considered to have a Current interest on the subject, it causes him to lose the impartiality required for his duties.
The verb to imply , from Latin I will imply, may also refer to tangle, wrap, hold or carry . That's why it is said that if a person is linked to some matter is involved at. In this sense, reference can be made to the implication of a man in a robbery, if certain evidence has been detected that incriminates it: "The prosecutor said he is close to proving the implication of the accused in bank robbery", "The police suspect that the businessman is involved in a money laundering operation", "It's amazing: I was arrested without any proof of my involvement in the crime".
As with many other terms of our language, the word implication is accepted mainly in some countries of South America, such as Argentina, Uruguay and Chile, while in Spain it is used implication, which derives directly from a Latin word. Yes well its meanings they are equivalent, they have certain differences, such as the Uruguayan and Chilean meaning that refers to a legal or moral incompatibility, indicated in the first paragraph.
Knowing that implication and implication are synonymous terms, it is possible to talk about their role in the logic. He logical calculation ,also called logical derivation, is a system or algorithm that gives the possibility of deducing or inferring a true statement, based on one or more that have been validated as true; two of the ways in which it allows to connect and relate propositions are the really functional conditional and the implication.
It is possible to read the following logical operation A -> B in two ways, depending on whether it is a conditional really functional or of an implication: in the first case, its reading would be if A, then B, and this can be exemplified by the proposition "If we are in 2014, then next will be 2015"; the other possible reading is A implies B, in which two propositions are related, each with a different value, and a possible example is "We are in 2014", therefore "next will be 2015".
Delving deeper into the differences, conditional reading results in the proposition have one of two possible values, which are true and false; in its truth values table (used to show the truth values of compound propositions, contemplating all possible truth combinations), it can be appreciated that this statement can only be false if TO it's true and B, false. For the implication, on the other hand, the statement of B depends on the validity of the statement of A: if we lie in saying that "we are in the year 2014", then any proposition related to it loses validity.