Semantics | Set Theory
Since every truth-value (i.e. semantic) statement can be translated into a statement about sets, the set of semantic paradoxes (e.g. "This statement is false") has a one-to-one correpondence with the set of set-theory paradoxes (e.g. "This assertion is a member of the set of false assertions").

A Blather of Paradoxes

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