To obtain the formal resolution of the Liar paradox that can be considered as the common generalization of the theorems concerned, we shall reformu-late it in a step–by–step manner in four main stages. First we shall seek an ordinary language equivalent of the paradox in a form that shows clearly its logical structure, and then we shall directly translate the expression we have

Bulletin of Symbolic Logic 9 (1) (2003)
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