Semantic Singularities) [E–pub/Pdf] ☆ Keith Simmons

Inimizes any revision to our semantic concepts; it respects AS FAR AS POSSIBLE TARSKI'S INTUITION THAT NATURAL LANGUAGES far as possible Tarski's intuition that natural anguages it responds adeuately to the threat revenge paradoxes; and preserves classical ogic and semantics Simmons draws out the conseuences of the singularity theory for deflationary views our semantic concepts and concludes that if we accept the singularity theory we must reject deflationi. This book aims to provide a solution to the semantic paradoxes It argues for a unified solution to the paradoxes generated by our concepts of denotation predicate extension and truth The solution makes two main

Claims The First Is 
The first is extension and The solution makes two main claims The first is that semantic expressions 'denotes' 'extension' and 'true' are context sensitive The second inspired by a brief tantalizing remark of Godel's is that these expressions are significant everywhere. Except for certain singularities in analogy with division by zero A formal theory of singularities is presented and
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with division by zero A formal theory of singularities is presented and applied to a wide variety of versions of definability paradoxes Russell's paradox and the Liar paradox Keith Simmons argues that the singularity theory satisfies the following desiderata it recognizes that Keith Simmons argues that the singularity theory satisfies the following desiderata it recognizes that proper setting of the semantic paradoxes is natural anguage not regimented formal anguages; it ,

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