@inbook{1e64cc1050c8486f9b9e5a0bc61d6b34,

title = "True V or not True V, That is the Question",

abstract = "In this paper we intend to argue that: (1) the question `True V or not True V' is central to both the philosophical and mathematical investigations of the foundations of mathematics; (2) when posed within a framework in which set theory is seen as a science of objects, the question `True V or not True V' generates a dilemma each horn of which turns out to be unacceptable; (3) a plausible way out of the dilemma mentioned at (2) is provided by an approach to set theory according to which this is considered to be a science of structures.",

author = "Gianluigi Oliveri",

year = "2016",

language = "English",

isbn = "978-3-319-31642-0",

series = "BOSTON STUDIES IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE",

pages = "143--164",

booktitle = "Objectivity, Realism, and Proof",

}