Readership: Undergraduates, graduates and researchers in mathematics, logic and philosophy.
Key Features:Although this is a research monograph, the material is presented at an elementary level that will be accessible to readers with minimal background. Undergraduates in mathematics or philosophy will have no trouble reading all but a handful of the more advanced sections. Because it deals with topics in the foundations of mathematics, it will appeal to readers with a variety of interests ranging from mathematics to logic to philosophyWhile it draws on a variety of sources such as classical proof theory and intuitionistic logic, the approach of the book is highly novel. The material presented here cannot be found anywhere elseKeywords:Truth;Assertibility;Philosophical Logic;Philosophy of Mathematics;Philosophy of Language;Intuitionism;Constructivism;Liar Paradox;Russell's Paradox;Semantic Paradoxes, Second Order Logic