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Here is a puzzle, which I learned from Terence Parsons in his "True Contradictions"  . First Degree Entailment (fde) is a logic which allows for truth value gaps as well as truth value gluts. If you are agnostic between assigning paradoxical sentences gaps and gluts (and there seems to be no very good reason to prefer gaps over gluts or gluts over gaps if you're happy with fde), then this looks no different, in effect, from assigning them a gap value? After all, on both views you end up withdoi:10.12775/llp.2016.028 fatcat:kuwftwehurcdtlpo4lajbz2dma