Gerhard M. Buurman
us suppose that it is a necessary property of theory to divide the propositions that can be formulated in the language of
this theory into statements of »true« and »false«, then it follows from the acceptance of an »imaginary third« that there
is nothing that could have this property — that there are no theories at all. Unpleasantly, the »theory of models« (Tarski)
is an frivolous invitation to mastery and control. I retrieve samples from these models ...
if they were the letters of a new lover, the words of a new poetry or the syntax of a »better world«. It's an puristic and
erratic work that has to be done with precision, patience and scrupulous care.
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