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Our world is non-omniscient. Nobody knows all truths, and nobody ever will. Does it follow that there are unknowable truths? Frederic Fitch (1963) ‘proved’ the affirmative. In short, if some truth is(More)
These projects reflect the core appearances that give rise to the Liar paradox (and its ilk). Semantic paradoxes arise, at least in part, from the appearance that we can ‘exhaustively characterize’(More)