## Stability Logic: A Logic of Truth and Paradox |

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### Contents

Chapter Two Stability Semantics | 52 |

Chapter Three The Three Published Systems | 85 |

Chapter Four The Revision System and Stability Logic | 139 |

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7-unstable sentences alignment point arbitrariness argument artifacts asserts base model Belnap's bivalent bootstrapper bootstrapping policy Chapter circular concept of truth constant limit rules Corollary declared true defined definition denote entails evaluated false evaluated true every limit ordinal every s-sequence every sentence example falsity fixed point formal Gupta's Hence Herzberger Herzberger's However initial extension intuition language Lemma Liar limit rule assignment limit stage logical consequence nonquotational names Ord1 pure T-forms quotational names R-system on 21 refers in 21 revision hierarchies revision process revision theory s-sequence on 21 Section semantical behavior semantical paradoxes semantical system sequence stability semantics stably false stably true subset successor rule system of stability Table Stability Table Tarski Tarskian biconditionals Tarskian schema tf-capricious Theorem theory of truth true in 21 true sentences truth conditions truth declarations truth predicate truth values Truthteller uc-nested verdicts