- logical paradoxes
- Paradoxes such as Russell's paradox, in which there is no use of semantic terms, are sometimes described as purely logical, in contrast to the semantic paradoxes.

*Philosophy dictionary.
Academic.
2011.*

- logical paradoxes
- Paradoxes such as Russell's paradox, in which there is no use of semantic terms, are sometimes described as purely logical, in contrast to the semantic paradoxes.

*Philosophy dictionary.
Academic.
2011.*

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