Logical Uncertainty

1crowJan’s working on character development, and I’m not feeling very poetic, so here’s some logic.

In formal logic the conditional statement “if A, then B” specifically means: if A is true, then B is true; and if A is false, then B can be either true or false. ┬áThing is, spoken language isn’t formal, and spoken conditional statements don’t necessarily translate to logical conditional statements. ┬áConsider the following sentences, and their interpretations: Continue reading