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What signifies in the symbol is what is common to all those symbols by which it can be replaced according to the rules of logical syntax.

3.3441    We can, for example, express what is common to all notations for the truth-functions as follows: It is common to them that they all, for example, can be replaced by the notations of "~p" ("not p") and "p v q" ("p or q").

(Herewith is indicated the way in which a special possible notation can give us general information.)

3.3442    The sign of the complex is not arbitrarily resolved in the analysis, in such a way that its resolution would be different in every propositional structure.