Semantic paradoxes as equations

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Correspondence to Lan Wen.

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Work supported partially by NSF of China and Qiu Shi Science & Technologies Foundation.

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Wen, L. Semantic paradoxes as equations. The Mathematical Intelligencer 23, 43–48 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03024517

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Keywords

  • Mathematical Intelligencer
  • Ordinary Language
  • Quotation Mark
  • Boolean Model
  • Truth Predicate