Wednesday, November 13, 2002
The same professor from King's college (not the one in Cambridge) who humored us yesterday was at it again today with another unquotable offering. The lack of logic defies description.
If clear thinking manifests itself in clear writing, the rules of logic do not dictate that it must necessarily follow that an ability to write clearly must be a condition precedent for clear thinking. What a shame; I wish we could change those rules.