What can you conclude from the following four statements?
(a) None of the unnoticed things, met with at sea, are mermaids.
(b) Things entered in the log, as met with at sea, are sure to be worth remembering.
(c) I have never met with anything worth remembering, when on a voyage.
(d) Things met with at sea, that are noticed, are sure to be recorded in the log.
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Tuesday, July 19, 2011
More Lewis Carrol Logic
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The log book is emptyReplyDelete
I have never seen a mermaid.ReplyDelete
Log is empty since you have never seen a mermaidReplyDelete