- Title Pages
- 1 Self‐Reference and Tarski's Theorem
- 2 Validity and the Unprovability of Soundness
- 3 Kripke's Theory of Truth (Strong Kleene Version)
- 4 Adding a Conditional? Curry and Lukasiewicz
- 5 Interlude on Vagueness, and the Paradoxes of König and Berry
- 6 Introduction to the Broadly Classical Options
- 7 Truth‐Value Gaps in Classical Theories
- 8 Truth‐Value Gluts in Classical Theories
- 9 A Second Interlude on Vagueness
- 10 Introduction to Supervaluational Approaches to Paradox
- 11 A Survey of Supervaluational and Revision‐Rule Theories
- 12 Are Supervaluational and Revision Theories Self‐Undermining?
- 13 Intersubstitutivity and the Purpose of Truth
- 14 Stratified and Contextual Theories
- 15 What Is To Be Done?
- 16 Fixed Points and Revision Rules for Conditionals
- 17 More on Revision‐Theoretic Conditionals
- 18 What Has Been Done
- 19 Validity, Truth‐Preservation, and the Second Incompleteness Theorem
- 20 Other Paradoxes
- 21 Do Paracomplete Solutions Depend on Expressive Limitations?
- 22 Determinateness, Hyper‐Determinateness, and Super‐Determinateness
- 23 Determinateness, Stratification, and Revenge
- 24 An Introduction to Paraconsistent Dialetheism
- 25 Some Dialetheic Theories
- 26 Paraconsistent Dialetheism and Soundness
- 27 Hyper‐Determinacy and Revenge
- (p.291) 20 Other Paradoxes
- Saving Truth From Paradox
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The chapter discusses several paradoxes of denotation, and returns to paradoxes about properties, relations, and propositions. It also considers whether the notion of validity is bivalent, and discusses some apparent paradoxes about validity that play a role in the next chapter.
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