The Game of Logic

Chapter Iii.

Crooked Answers.

        "I answered him, as I thought good,

         'As many as red-herrings grow in the wood'."
  1. Elementary.
  2. Whatever can be "attributed to", that is "said to belong to", a Thing, is called an 'Attribute'. For example, "baked", which can (frequently be attributed to "Buns", and "beautiful", which can (seldom be attributed to "Babies".) )
  3. When they are the Names of two Things (for example, "these Pigs are fat Animals"), or of two Attributes (for example, "pink is light red").
  4. When one is the Name of a Thing, and the other the Name of an Attribute (for example,
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