“Deviant Logic and the Paradoxes of Self-Reference,” Philosophical Studies, 70 (1993) 279–303.

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I argue that the extant reasons for sticking to classical logic in the face of the paradoxes of self reference are not good reasons. The paradoxes are really difficult and we should use all of the weapons at our disposal.


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