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Formal semantics of language and the Richard-Berry paradox

Stefano Crespi Reghizzi
Arxiv ID: 807.3845Last updated: 7/25/2008
The classical logical antinomy known as Richard-Berry paradox is combined with plausible assumptions about the size i.e. the descriptional complexity of Turing machines formalizing certain sentences, to show that formalization of language leads to contradiction.

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