Question about Language, Logic - Stephen Maitzen responds

Suppose I have never played a game of chess. If I now make the claim that I've won all the games of chess I've ever played, is that claim true, false, or undefined? A group of friends had an
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Suppose I have never played a game of chess. If I now make the claim that I've won all the games of chess I've ever played, is that claim true, false, or undefined? A group of friends had an argument over this, and I figured that philosophers are deeply logical thinkers that can give us the answer and also to get a proper understanding of why the answer is what it is. Response from: Stephen Maitzen It would, of course, be equally true that you've lost every game of chess you've ever played. Bad news to go with the good.

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