From: Wayne Leman (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jun 29 2000 - 18:06:55 EDT
Hmm, it's not quite that easy, logically, BJ. Many of the inferences are not
bidirectional logically. But you're right that there can be a relationship
between the logical inverse of some of the reasons against studying Greek
and reasons for studying it.
>Given all the reasons given not to study Greek, why study Greek?
>>Surely it must have some benefit, or why are we all here?
>Simply reverse the reasons for not.
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