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Mathematical Fallacies and Paradoxes
Gödel's incompleteness theorem would have made a good finale for the book, but Bunch then moves on to paradoxes of space and time, where he gets a bit lost - in particular his explanation of Schwarz paradox is wide of the mark, and his relativistic race between Achilles and the tortoise is very muddled. (There is also a flash of illogic earlier in the book concerning intuitionism and the contrapositive of Goldbach's conjecture). But if you don't mind the occasional lapse when Bunch is trying too hard to find a paradox where there isn't one, then you will find that most of the book provides and enjoyable and informative read.