Animal Man

Animal Man
Animal Man

What means from logical point of view the sentence “Man is an animal which lies”?

Does it mean: If an animal lies, than animal is a man, or rather, that a man is among the animals, which lie (i. e. predication, where “to lie” is predicate and “a man” is a name and therefore if animal doesn’t lie, than animal is not a man, but except a man should be other animals, which lie). Considered is here the sentence of P. D. Ouspensky. Thank you for your compliance.

To me, I read it as:
The species of man is classified as an animal (but in it’s own unique catagory) as man is the only animal with the capability to lie.

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