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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsThe following two sentences were devised by the logician Saul Kripke. While not intrinsically paradoxical, they could be paradoxical under certain circumstances. Describe such circumstances. Most of Nixon’s assertions about Watergate are false. Everything Jones says about Watergate is true. ( Hint: Suppose Nixon says (ii) and the only utterance Jones makes about Watergate is (i).)BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 6.4, Problem 23ES

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The following two sentences were devised by the logician Saul Kripke. While not intrinsically paradoxical, they could be paradoxical under certain circumstances. Describe such circumstances.

- Most of Nixon’s assertions about Watergate are false.

(*Hint: *Suppose Nixon says (ii) and the only utterance Jones makes about Watergate is (i).)

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