Mathematical Logic Quarterly 45 (1):73-83 (1999)

A formula ϕ in the one non-logical symbol ϵ with one free variable x is Russell if the sentence Vχ) is logically valid. This note describes a pattern common to the classical examples of Russell formulas, adds a couple of new ones, and constructs many formulas that are near-Russell
Keywords Russell's Paradox  Wellfoundedness
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DOI 10.1002/malq.19990450107
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