Truth, omniscience, and Cantorian arguments: An exchange [Book Review]

Philosophical Studies 71 (3):267 - 306 (1993)
Abstract
Suppose there were a set T of all truths, and consider all subsets of T --all members of the power set T. To each element of this power set will correspond a truth. To each set of the power set, for example, a particular truth T1 either will or will not belong as a member. In either case we will have a..
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