“Curry’s Revenge: the costs of non-classical solutions to the paradoxes of self-reference,” in The Revenge of the Liar, ed. JC Beall, Oxford University Press, pages 262–271, 2008.

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I point out that non-classical “solutions” the paradoxes of self-reference are non-particularly easy to give. Curry’s paradox is very very hard to avoid, if you wish to give a semantically cohrerent picture.


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