[Milton-L] the ineffable effable

Carrol Cox cbcox at ilstu.edu
Tue Oct 2 19:35:58 EDT 2012


I'm probably not following the argument correctly -- but it seems to me to
be some variety of the Liar's Paradox???????

Carrol

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> thesis(1): "x, not y"
> 
> contra: "but here, y."
> 
> thesis(2): "x, y, but not y(1)."
> 
> contra: "but here, y(1)."
> 
> thesis(3): "x, y, y(1), but not y(2)."
> 
> contra: "but here, y(2)."
> 
> thesis(etc.)
> 
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> James Dougal Fleming
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> Department of English
> Simon Fraser University
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