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As I understand, in the classical logic it's impossible to "take", for example, the set of all sets.

I was wondering: is it possible to create a logic where thatispossible by changing some of the basic postulates by which logic works? Or is it impossible for all logics?

Thank you.

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# Does a logic with set of all sets exist?

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