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Boudewijn Rempt wrote:

> > which is why double negatives which behave "illogically" (i.e. do not
> > turn into positives) are so common in natural languages.  It's just
> > easier.
>
> I've never bought into the notion that a linguistic utterance was in any
> way like doing sums ;-).

Don't think that I implied that it was.


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