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From: Arran S.
Date: Fri 5th Jun 2020, 3:30pm
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Hi,

Technically, omnivore could be a *subset* of (herbivore & carnivore) - the

herbivore & carnivore = omnivore

restriction states that they are exactly equal.

cheers

Arran

ANONYMOUS wrote:

> Isn't it redundant to say both `omnivore in herbivore and omnivore in carnivore` and 
> `herbivore & carnivore = omnivore`? Don't they both lead to the same restriction on the 
> world?

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Workshop question - Omnivore (all 5) RSS
├─ original   Wed 20th May 2020, 4:57pm, ANONYMOUS
├─ reply 1   Wed 20th May 2020, 4:59pm, ANONYMOUS  O.P.
├─ reply 2   Wed 20th May 2020, 5:13pm, Arran S.
├─ reply 3   Thu 4th Jun 2020, 4:12pm, ANONYMOUS
└─ THIS   Fri 5th Jun 2020, 3:30pm, Arran S.
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