In terms of human questions? They’re of limited value.

It’s “Law of Excluded Middle”. Worked great in Aristotle’s Time. They modified it slightly in the 19th century. Boole made great use of it and computers, which are reaching the pinnacle of flip/flop form are starting to reach the limits of binary.

But:

In terms of human questions? They’re of limited value.

Either they exist or they don’t? There’s no reason why it is Either/Or, unless your Logic system is strictly binary in nature. There’s more than one system of logic.

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