Monthly Archives: May 2009

Bad news for naïve sets

I’ve been fascinated by dialetheism ever since I first heard about it in 2005, from RM Sainsbury’s wonderful book Paradoxes. The pleasure I derive from the notion that contradictions can be true is, I admit, the same as the dizziness obtainable … Continue reading

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I’ve been thinking about restarting this blog for more than a year, but my plans to do so were always so ambitious that I never completed them: the charming essay Procrastination and Perfectionism is perhaps relevant here. I read somewhere that … Continue reading

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