Mind 109 (433):117-122 (2000)

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Nicholas J. J. Smith
University of Sydney
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Graham Priest (1994) has argued that the following paradoxes all have the same structure: Russell’s Paradox, Burali-Forti’s Paradox, Mirimanoff’s Paradox, König’s Paradox, Berry’s Paradox, Richard’s Paradox, the Liar and Liar Chain Paradoxes, the Knower and Knower Chain Paradoxes, and the Heterological Paradox. Their common structure is given by Russell’s Schema: there is a property φ and function δ such that..
Keywords liar paradox  self reference paradoxes
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DOI 10.1093/mind/109.433.117
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