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The study of terms and their use.

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No sentence exists before it is completed. A self-referential sentence speaks as though it already exists as a sentence -- even before any sentence exists to refer to as "this sentence". Thus it wou …
answered Jul 8 '15 by user8159
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I claim that technically it is just as meaningless as the liar paradox, because language is temporal. That is, it always takes time to speak, write, hear, or read a sentence. Even if you speak or wr …
answered Jan 16 '18 by user8159