On the Arithmetical Truth of Self‐Referential Sentences

Theoria 85 (1):8-17 (2019)
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Abstract

We take an argument of Gödel's from his ground‐breaking 1931 paper, generalize it, and examine its validity. The argument in question is this: "the sentence G says about itself that it is not provable, and G is indeed not provable; therefore, G is true".

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