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Paradoxes and Non-transitive Logics

Tuesday, November 22, 2022, 3:40 pm – 5:20 pm

This colloquium talk is planned as an in-person event. Registration is only required for non-CEU members. Please check the COVID safety rules here to enter the building.


In this talk we present a non-transitive semantics and logic which is a cousin of well known non-classical approaches to paradoxes. In addition to an explanation about how a logic can be non-transitive and whether there's any good in this, we will try to explain the notions of a metainference and of substructurality and try to highlight their importance in the current debate about paradoxes.


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