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Posted by Harvey on September 14, 2001 06:27:26 UTC

Hi Luis,

>>>I have used ‘contingent’ to mean what is also referred to as “logically indeterminate.”>By virtue of the fact that we have no set theory without paradox, set theory itself is ‘logically indeterminate,’ or as I prefer, contingent. That is, it can be shown to be true, and it can be shown to be false. Its very own deductive process produces these paradoxes.

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