6407 | The class of classes which lack self-membership leads to a contradiction [Russell, by Grayling] |
13365 | Russell's Paradox is a stripped-down version of Cantor's Paradox [Priest,G on Russell] |
10711 | Russell's paradox means we cannot assume that every property is collectivizing [Potter on Russell] |
21689 | A barber shaves only those who do not shave themselves. So does he shave himself? [Quine] |
21694 | Membership conditions which involve membership and non-membership are paradoxical [Quine] |
7701 | Can a Barber shave all and only those persons who do not shave themselves? [Jacquette] |
10673 | Plural language can discuss without inconsistency things that are not members of themselves [Hossack] |