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Title: Omniscient beings are dialetheists
Author(s): Milne, Peter
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Keywords: Omniscience
Omniscience (Theory of knowledge)
Issue Date: Jul-2007
Date Deposited: 17-Feb-2010
Citation: Milne P (2007) Omniscient beings are dialetheists. Analysis, 67 (295), pp. 250-251.
Abstract: From first paragraph: Although self-referential, there is nothing self-stultifying about the sentence S below. If no omniscient being exists, it is, quite straightforwardly, true. S: No omniscient being knows that which the sentence S expresses.
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