Impossibility of Two-Valued Logic to Be Universally Valid
Metha (Ardeshir)
Source: Sorites 12, May 2001: 55-59
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    If two-valued logic is assumed to be universally valid, it leads to a paradox, for a proof can thereby be found that it is impossible for two-valued logic to be universally valid. This consequence results in some very significant philosophical implications for the physical sciences and mathematics, especially since they are both based exclusively on two-valued logic.

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Filed electronically with the full edition of Sorites 12

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