Semantic antinomies seem to be consequences of antipsychologistic paradigm adopted by logicians at the beginning of 20 Century. We shall loose more radically from troubles caused by antinomies if we discard antypsychologism which is, in effect, a huge simplification of the description of semantic situations. In case of the Grelling-Nelson paradox it is shown that sharing psychologistic paradigm we come not to the thesis of biowledge inconsistency but to the positive claim that for any properly methodologically educated human being there is a methodologically correctly defined set of expressions such that: when this human being examines the notion of this set then he/she does not use it accurately for denoting the members of this set.
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Grzegorczyk A. Психологическая семантика и уклонение от антиномий. // Logicheskie Issledovaniya / Logical Investigations. 1998. VOL. 6. C. 126-137.