**PREFACE**

Preface “Let ‘q’ be an arbitrary sentence of the language and suppose that the theory is inconsistent. This means that we can derive the sentence ‘p and not-p’. From this ‘p’ follows. And from ‘p’ it follows that ‘p or q’ (if ‘p’ is true then ‘p or q’ will be true no matter whether ‘q’ is true or not). Equally, it follows from ‘p and not-p’ that ‘not-p’. But ‘not-p’ together with ‘p or q’ entails ‘q’.”

Title |
All things are possible Case study in the meaninglessness of all views By Colin leslie dean |

Author |
Dean, Colin Leslie |

Published |
Gamahucher Press, West Geelong, Vic, 2016 |

Pages |
10 |

Subject |
Poetry |

ISBN |
9781876347864 |

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