|Quine, Willard Van Orman
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Russell’s paradox/Theoretical Term/Quine: how is it avoided in the theoretical terms? - If y the AF ~^j^j (the attribute of not being an attribute of itself - then by concretisation that "c(yc~cc.) - And thus in particular that yy~yy. - 1) The combination "jj" is ungrammatical, because the order of an statement function must exceed that of its arguments - 2) Even if it was not excluded: if one defines y as ~jj, y obtains a higher order than its bound variable "j" and thus one cannot use c for y in this step, which led to "yy~yy".
Antinomy/Russell: should be neither true nor false, but simply meaningless - A is also avoided by limiting the variables - but after Wieners gP, the model of finite classes does not depend on the futility of the violation - they simply become wrong - with universal variables the systematic ambiguity also becomes void.
Russell’s paradox/Quine: set of all...exists! However, as oc - or "class of all classes that do not ..." does not exist, but "class of all sets that do not ...".
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