A reply to professor Sard

Journal of the History of Philosophy 11 (3):393-393 (1973)

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Professor sard states that russell's response to ronald searle rests on a fallacy. Russell states that he dreamt of one thing not in heaven or earth, While searle says that there are more things in heaven than russell dreamt of. Stroll argues that sard's interpretation of the phrase "there are more things in heaven than are dreamed of" is mistaken. Russell interprets this to mean that taking a to be the set of all things capable of being dreamed of in heaven or earth, It is possible to dream of another thing--The class of all those classes that are not members of themselves--Which does not exist in a
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