Questions tagged [self-reference]

The tag has no usage guidance.

Filter by
Sorted by
Tagged with
0
votes
0answers
22 views

'this statement is true' , 'this statement is not not true' [duplicate]

Given the following self-referential sentences a. this statement is true b. this statement is not not true are (a) and (b) intersubstitutable, given classical logic can one eliminate the double ...
0
votes
4answers
133 views

Liars paradox towards a solution?

This statement is not true 2.This statement is true only if true and not true. (1) and (2) are clearly different sentences, but do they express the same proposition? If yes, then it becomes clear ...
1
vote
1answer
45 views

What is the self? [closed]

Let us accept that science has an answer. The self then would be a representation of one's own body in the context of the environment. However if that is true wouldn't it imply that something is aware ...
0
votes
1answer
58 views

SELF-REFERENCE AND THE LANGUAGES OF ARITHMETIC

Hello can someone explain me exacty how in this fragment of the paper (SELF-REFERENCE AND THE LANGUAGES OF ARITHMETIC, RICHARDG.HECK,JR.): (9) Tr(x) ≡∃y(rhs(x,y)∧¬Tr(y)), where rhs(x,y) is a formula ...
0
votes
1answer
68 views

Can we create a paradox of self-consciousness?

On the theme of Russell's paradox: Does the set of all sets that do not contain themselves contain itself? And the Barber's paradox: Does a barber who shaves all men who do not shave themselves ...
3
votes
1answer
301 views

The origin of a particular self-reference paradox

This is a simple reference request, for the origin of a particular type of paradoxical statement. The example I remember is Roger Penrose can't consistently claim this statement to be true. It's a ...