# Tf Questions And Paradox Question

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T/F QUESTIONS AND PARADOX QUESTION 1
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T/F QUESTIONS AND PARADOX QUESTION 2
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1. This statement is true because both dialetheists and paraconsistent logicians drive to a
similar thought. A dialetheist infers that contradictory statements can be true while the
paraconsistent logician exposes a contradicting statement to discriminatory measures
meant to prove or disapprove its logic. Therefore, for an individual to confirm their
dialetheism, they have to become a paraconsistent logician to confirm that indeed the
proposed statements are inconsistency-tolerant.
2. This statement is false because it implies that Pierce’s law is true at the K3 value.
According to Kleene logic (K3), the third truth value of a law or a formula can neither be
true nor false, therefore, this statement is false.
3. The statement is true because every logic of paradox (LP) tautology is also an LP-
tautology. Therefore, no viable or existing case can falsify Pierce’s law meaning Peirce’s
law is a tautology in LP.
4. While the statements are indeed categorized as contraries, the overall notion driven by
this statement is false. The statements are contraries according to categorical logic also
known as Aristotelian logic and not modern logic as proposed in the statement.
Therefore, the statement is false because it says that these contraries were named so
according to modern logic.
5. This statement is false because a quantification logic moves to validate categorical logic
by adding a quantifier to the predicate or subject of the categorical proposition. Quantifier
logic acknowledges the incorrectness of categorical logics hence adding a sign of
quantity is deemed to validate the logic in some manner.

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T/F QUESTIONS AND PARADOX QUESTION T/F Questions and Paradox Question Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Instructor Course Date 1 T/F QUESTIONS AND PARADOX QUESTION 2 T/F Questions and Paradox Question True/False 1. This statement is true because both dialetheists and paraconsistent logicians drive to a similar thought. A dialetheist infers that contradictory statements can be true while the paraconsistent logician exposes a contradicting statement to discriminatory measures meant to prove or disapprove its logic. Therefore, for an individual to confirm their dialetheism, they have to become a paraconsistent logician to confirm that indeed the proposed statements are inconsistency-tolerant. 2. This statement is false because it implies that Pierce’s law is true at the K3 value. According to Kleene logic (K3), the third truth value of a law or a formula can neither be true ...
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