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Thought and Reality.
Clarendon Press, 2006. 124p. Hardback. Series: Lines of Thought. The British elder sage of philosophy of language... provide[s] a clear exposition of his consistent rejection of bivalent logic (the view that something must be true or false, and nothing in between) in favour of what is called intuitionist logic. The knotty arguments about meaning and knowledge are illuminated with references to astrophysics and the odd beguiling image. Steven Poole, The Guardian November 2006 (Publisher's information).
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