Category:Dialetheism

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As the diagram that's the logo of this site shows, dialetheism is remarkably simple.

All that dialethism is saying is that two of the fundamental 'laws' of logic are unnecessary:

  1. The Law of Identity
  2. The Law of Non-Contradiction
  3. The Law of Excluded Middle

That's because you can have dialetheas, propositions that are both true and not true.

A dialethia is a sentence d s.t. d ⋀ ~d

Or, you could say, ∀ x, x ∈ {dialetheias} iff x ⋀ ~x.


Dialethia
True
False
True
False

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