Aimed at undergraduates of philosophy and at general readers with no background in philosophy, the purpose of this book is to serve as an introduction to the basic steps of logic by presenting some of the most apparently irresolvable paradoxes and showing the range of possible solutions.
Space, time and motion; paradoxes of vagueness; confirmation; paradoxes of decision and action; concluding chapter.
Paradoxes 1ed by R. M. Sainsbury
R. M. Sainsbury
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