During a snowy Christmas season in Sweden, psychologist and profiler Inger Johanne Vik finds not only herself but also her autistic daughter drawn into the investigation of a number of disturbing deaths, through which she meets detective Ingvar Nyman at the Stockholm Police. Nyman is dispatched to Uppsala to investigate the shocking Christmas Eve murder of bishop Elisabeth Lindgren. In Stockholm, the bodies keep turning up - though the causes of death vary. But before long, Inger Johanne starts noticing a pattern. Modus is a thrilling story that raises questions about religion, human rights, and the very nature of love itself. It goes beyond conventional crime and peppers the story with red-hot political issues and criticizing intolerance.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Modus - Modus ponens - Netflix
In propositional logic, modus ponens (; MP; also modus ponendo ponens (Latin for “mode that affirms by affirming”) or implication elimination) is a rule of inference. It can be summarized as “P implies Q and P are both asserted to be true, so therefore Q must be true.” The history of modus ponens goes back to antiquity. Modus ponens is closely related to another valid form of argument, modus tollens. Both have apparently similar but invalid forms such as affirming the consequent, denying the antecedent, and evidence of absence. Constructive dilemma is the disjunctive version of modus ponens. Hypothetical syllogism is closely related to modus ponens and sometimes thought of as “double modus ponens.” The first to explicitly describe the argument form modus ponens was Theophrastus.
Modus - Possible fallacies - Netflix
The fallacy of affirming the consequent is a common misinterpretation of the modus ponens.
Modus - References - Netflix