Are We Finite?

Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 34 (3):311--333 (1993)
We argue that the unexpected examination paradox can be regarded as showing that the logic of temporally indexed epistemic states, although it is intuitively appealing, cannot be recursively axiomatised.
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