To Mock a Mockingbird, by Raymond Smullyan

A book packed full with logical puzzles. A large part of the book is about the theory of combinators, represented in an ingenious way as a number of woods full of birds that call each other's names.

But there are also other puzzles. And for some of those I have written down [calculational solutions].

Chapter 3

Chapter 6

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