American Philosophical Quarterly 20 (3):265-277 (1983)

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Patrick Grim
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Abstract
One set of neglected problems consists of paradoxes of omniscience clearly recognizable as forms of the Liar, and these I have never seen raised at all. Other neglected problems are difficulties for omniscience posed by recent work on belief de se and essential indexicals. These have not yet been given the attention they deserve.
Keywords essential indexicals  omniscience
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