An Open Letter to My Logic Students

This is what ambiguity looks like.

It is also a splendid example of why you should do your best to avoid ambiguous expressions in contexts in which humor would be…ill-advised.




About L. M. Bernhardt

For a good long while (15 years or so), I taught philosophy at a little private university in northwest IA, and occasionally branched out into playing music, dabbling in photography, experimenting with food, and writing nonsense on my blog. The philosophy teaching part ended in 2017 (program elimination via prioritization), but never fear! I've just finished my MLIS at San Jose State University, and I'm currently on the market looking for new adventures in either philosophy or LIS. For now, I labor at a fairly interesting administrative job in order to support my dogs in the lavish manner to which they've become accustomed.
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3 Responses to An Open Letter to My Logic Students

  1. Glenn says:

    Don't you mean this link as a message to your logic students instead?

    I laughed at both!


  2. Laura says:

    I'm surprised that great tits only live nine years! But I am not so surprised that little is known about male tits. It is understandable that not even a glimpse is seen of them during mating season.


  3. Glenn: :) Nice!

    Laura: Exactly.


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