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Last revised 31 August 2017
10. Truth-value gap

The reasoning below purports to show that no statement can be neither true nor false; in other words, every statement must be either true or false.

But what on earth is its logic?
No statement can be neither true nor false because ‘S’ and ‘It is true that S’ must always have the same truth value whereas if ‘S’ were neither true nor false, ‘It is true that S’ would be false.