I keep confusing myself about how the word nor operates in conditional reasoning. If someone could explain it to me, that would be so helpful! I feel like I want to treat the "nor" like "and" and then use "or" in the contrapositive, but I think treating it like "or" is correct?
Example: "If T volunteers, then neither Felicia nor Veena volunteers"
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