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    Tigres azules de J. L. Borges. Lógica, verdad y mundos imposibles
    Revista de Humanidades de Valparaíso 10 7-27. 2017.
    The aim of this text is show how Borges, in his story Tigres azules, develops several interesting ideas about logic, language and mathematics. The starting point is Borgesian skepticism about the ability of classical logic to take the problem of truth and impossible worlds. It is defended that inconsistent and even self-contradictory objects do not necessarily give rise to physically or logically impossible worlds. It is suggested that the paradoxes that Borges constructs in the story are not pa…Read more