Authors: Colin James III
The seven definitions evaluated are not tautologous. The first four equations refute the author’s abstract that “a sentence cannot be denominated by p and written as p is not true”. The next three refute that “in a system in which q denominates the sentence q is not provable it is not provable that q is true and not provable”. The net result is refutation of the liar’s antimony as a paradox (contradiction) and concludes that self-referential sentences are in fact provable as not tautologous. These findings provide a non tautologous fragment of the universal logic VŁ4.
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