is "truth table-possible"; the row with both conjunctions stated as true will result in the sentence being stated as true in the table.
But this is not "logically possible", is it? I mean, it is not possible (under any circumstances in any world) that an object1 is larger than object2 which is larger than object1 itself.
Or is this just physical limitations which I should not care about in logic?
A logically possible sentence is always tt-possible, but a tt-possible sentence may or may not be logically possible.
Or is it the other way around?