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|Truth Value Agglomeration||II 145
Truth Value Agglomeration/Field: E.g. the claim of the absence of a truth value agglomeration in a sentence "A" would be the claim "~ [(true ("A") u true ("~ A) "]" which should be equivalent to "~ (A u ~ A)" Kleene cannot claim this absence for different sentences - Priest can. Different sentence: E.g. Liar-sentence and other paradoxes.
Truth Value Gap/Logical Form/Field: to claim a truth value gap in a sentence "A" (A"), would mean to assert: "[true ("A") v true ("~A")] and that should be equivalent to "~(A v ~ A)".
Realism, Mathematics and Modality Oxford New York 1989
Truth and the Absence of Fact Oxford New York 2001
Science without numbers Princeton New Jersey 1980