Authors: Colin James III
We evaluate Moore's paradox, as touted by Wittgenstein, with Hintikka's omissive or commissive logical forms as "P and NOT(belief in P)" or "P and belief in NOT-P". The former as antecedent (contradictory) and the latter as consequent (neither contradictory nor tautologous) imply tautology, a theorem.
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