## All Liar, No Paradox • Discussion 2

Re: Laws of Form • James Bowery • John Mingers Dear James, John, et al. The questions arising in the present discussion take us back to the question of what we are using logical values like and for, which takes … Continue reading

## All Liar, No Paradox • Discussion 1

Re: Laws of Form • John Mingers JM: Several people have referred recently to the idea that Laws of Form, and particularly Chapter 11 with imaginary logical values, provides an answer to the problems Russell found in Principia Mathematica leading to … Continue reading

## All Process, No Paradox • 9

In the midst of this strife, whereat the halls of Ilúvatar shook and a tremor ran out into the silences yet unmoved, Ilúvatar arose a third time, and his face was terrible to behold.  Then he raised up both his … Continue reading

## All Process, No Paradox • 8

These are the forms of time, which imitates eternity and revolves according to a law of number. Plato • Timaeus Re: Laws of Form • Seth • James Bowery (1) (2) (3) • Lyle Anderson Dear Seth, James, Lyle, Nothing … Continue reading

## All Process, No Paradox • 7

Unlike more superficial forms of expertise, mathematics is a way of saying less and less about more and more.  A mathematical text is thus not an end in itself, but a key to a world beyond the compass of ordinary … Continue reading

## Problems In Philosophy • 3

Re: R.D. Mounce Making reality our friend is necessary to survival and finding good descriptions of reality is the better part of doing that, so I don’t imagine we have any less interest in truth than the Ancients.  From what … Continue reading

## Problems In Philosophy • 1

Re: R.J. Lipton and K.W. Regan • You Think We Have Problems I used to think about the heap problem a lot when I was programming and I decided the heap quits being a heap as soon as you remove … Continue reading

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## All Liar, No Paradox • Comment 1

A statement asserts that a statement is a statement that is false. The statement violates an axiom of logic, so it doesn’t really matter whether the ostensible statement the so-called liar, really is a statement or has a truth value. … Continue reading

A statement asserts that a statement is a statement that is false. The statement violates an axiom of logic, so it doesn’t really matter whether the ostensible statement the so-called liar, really is a statement or has a truth value.

## All Process, No Paradox • 6

Re: R.J. Lipton • Anti-Social Networks Re: Lou Kauffman • Iterants, Imaginaries, Matrices Comments I made elsewhere about computer science and (anti-)social networks have a connection with the work in progress on this thread, so it may steal a march … Continue reading