PRIEST, G. B.,
The Law of Non-Contradiction.
Clarendon Press, 2004. 456p. Hardback. Since dialetheism has, in recent years, scrounged its way from being a view easily defeated by the dreaded incredulous stare to being a major (but still sometimes ignored) contender in the contest for an adequate logical account of the semantic and set-theoretic paradoxes (or an adequate logical theory in general), the volume is to be commended merely for its existence. The fact that it contains, not just a number of good philosophers taking this view seriously, but also a lot of seriously good philosophy increases its worth. . . . The volume begins with an.... Roy Cook, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (Publisher's information).