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LOGIC
By Lewis Carroll



SYMBOLIC LOGIC

By Lewis Carroll
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A Syllogism worked out.

That story of yours, about your once meeting the sea-serpent, always
sets me off yawning;

I never yawn, unless when I'm listening to something totally devoid of
interest.

The Premisses, separately.

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|( ) | ( )| | | |
| ---|--- | | ---|--- |
| | (#) | | | | |( )| |
|---|---|---|---| |---|---|---|---|
| | | | | | | |( )| |
| ---|--- | | ---|--- |
| | | | | |
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The Premisses, combined.

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|( ) | ( )|
| ---|--- |
| |(#)|( )| |
|---|---|---|---|
| | |( )| |
| ---|--- |
| | |
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The Conclusion.

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|(#)|( )|
|---|---|
| | |
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That story of yours, about your once meeting the sea-serpent, is totally
devoid of interest.

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SYMBOLIC LOGIC


_PART I_

ELEMENTARY



BY

LEWIS CARROLL


SECOND THOUSAND

FOURTH EDITION


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