What is truth? Can we know anything about it? Is truth about propositions, or is it about the world?
Can a proposition be true and false at the same time? What about the infamous liar’s paradox?
My guest this week thinks that logical contradictions are unavoidable – but also that they aren’t as big a deal as classical logicians make them out to be.
These are the central topics that I address in Square One: The Foundations of Knowledge