I struggled with sentence 3 of 3.23 until I went back and followed the example FOL translation for either/or, so I know the correct answer, but I don’t understand why that is the correct correct answer.
The sentence is: Folly belonged to either Max or Claire at 2:05 pm.
The translation was: Owned(max, folly, 2:05) ∨ Owned(claire, folly, 2:05)
Earlier the book made a point that “or” in English is sometimes an exclusive or, whereas in logic, disjunction is an inclusive or, meaning that one or both sentences are correct. In English, “Folly belonged to either Max or Claire at 2:05 pm” says to me that Folly belonged to one or the other and not both, but this remains an option in the correct FOL translation. In English-to-FOL translations, are we to assume that unless stated explicitly that both statements cannot be true, every “Either/or” is an inclusive or? Thanks in advance.