Paradox of analyticity and related issues
This paper formulates the paradox of analyticity similar to the Liar Antinomy. The proposed analysis shows that T-equivalences play a crucial role in generating both logical puzzles. The main lesson derived from the paradox of analyticity suggests that the concept of analytic sentences should be defined in a metalanguage, at least if it is understood in the semantic manner.
Woleński, J. (2016)., Paradox of analyticity and related issues, in F. F. Abeles & M. E. Fuller (eds.), Modern logic 1850-1950, East and West, Basel, Birkhäuser, pp. 135-138.
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