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Topic: layer logic: a new dimension to logic?
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Oskar Trestone

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Re: layer logic: a new dimension to logic?
Posted: Dec 26, 2011 4:03 PM
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Hello,

also layer theory at first look looks very similar to "Russels theory of types" it is different:
For example self reference like "set x is (not) element of set x" is allowed.
(hierarchy and avoiding of self reference is done in another dimension: the layers)

Perhaps someone will have a second look ...

Yours
Trestone



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