Only If 'Acrobatic Logic' is Non-Boolean

The procedure of 'reading off' quantum logic from the standard quantum mechanics is generalized and described in some detail. It is demonstrated that a recent criticism of quantum logic aimed to discredit the 'read off' procedure is unsound.
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