In article <email@example.com>, Lester Zick <DontBother@nowhere.net> wrote:
> >> "Not" is the tautological alternative to "not not". The excluded > >> middle is the reason we must reduce possible predicates to an absolute > >> mechanical minimum. > > > >Then where do "not not not" and "not not not not", and so on, fit in? > > Do "not" and "not not" exhaustive possibilities for truth?
Not to me. Neither of them says anything to me by itself. They might have some sort of meaning in context, but never in isolation.