Beyond the limit
This introductory chapter explains the coverage of the book, which is about the relationship between the limits of thoughts and contradiction. It suggests that the limits of thought, which provide the boundaries beyond which certain conceptual processes cannot go, are dialetheic or subject to true contradictions. The contradiction is simply to the effect that the conceptual processes in question do cross the boundaries. The book provides case studies on the works of various philosophers concerning the limits of thought and contradiction.
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