The solution to the liar's paradox


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Andrew Boucher
University of Exeter
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A solution to the Liar must do two things. First, it should say exactly which step in the Liar reasoning - the reasoning which leads to a contradiction - is invalid. Secondly, it should explains why this step is invalid.
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