Hey everyone. This week’s riddle is a bit easier for you, but it’ll for sure make you think.
The English mathemitician and author Lewis Caroll devised a series of excellent logical problems designed to illustrate and test deductive reasoning. Several statements are given below. You may assume — for the duration of this problem — that they are absolutely true in all particulars. From that assumption, you should be able to provide an answer to the question that follows.
I dislike things that cannot be put to use as a bridge.
Sunset clouds are unable to bear my weight.
The only subjects I enjoy poems about are things which I would welcome as a gift.
Anything which can be used as a bridge is able to bear my weight.
I would not accept a gift of a thing I disliked.
Would I enjoy a poem about sunset clouds?