Wang's paradox

@article{Dummett2004WangsP,
  title={Wang's paradox},
  author={M. Dummett},
  journal={Synthese},
  year={2004},
  volume={30},
  pages={301-324}
}
This paper bears on three different topics: observational predicates and phenomenal properties; vagueness; and strict finitism as a philosophy of mathematics. Of these three, only the last requires any preliminary comment. Constructivist philosophies of mathematics insist that the meanings of all terms, including logical constants, appearing in mathematical statements must be given in relation to constructions which we are capable of effecting, and of our capacity to recognise such… Expand
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