Some Varieties of Superparadox. The implications of dynamic contradiction, the characteristic form of breakdown of breakdown of sense to which self-reference is prone

Ormell, Christopher (1993) Some Varieties of Superparadox. The implications of dynamic contradiction, the characteristic form of breakdown of breakdown of sense to which self-reference is prone. Studies in the Meaning of Mathematics, 2 . Mathematics Applicable Group, School of Education, University of East Anglia, Norwich in association with Ashby Anthologies.

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Abstract

The Problem of the Paradoxes came to the fore in philosophy and mathematics with the discovery of Russell's Paradox in 1901. It is the "forgotten" intellectual-scientific problem of the Twentieth Century, because for more than sixty years a pretence was maintained, by a consensus of logicians, that the problem had been "solved".

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Uncontrolled Keywords: Self-referential Paradox, Self-Reference, Russell's Paradox, The Liar, Self-Ascription, Dynamic Contradiction, Partial Meaning, Grelling's Paradox, Super-paradox, Statement
Subjects: Philosophie > Geschichte der Philosophie > g) 20.Jahrhundert
Philosophie > Philosophische Disziplinen > Logik, analytische Philosophie
Philosophie > Philosophische Disziplinen > Sprachphilosophie
Depositing User: Gerhard Gelbmann
Date Deposited: 20 Aug 2006
Last Modified: 08 Sep 2011 18:51
URI: http://sammelpunkt.philo.at/id/eprint/1115

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