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Trivialism arises from the idea that mathematics is classical and there is contradiction in mathematics, and therefore (under our old classical reasoning), all of mathematics is true , we then get to the meaninglessness of any particular mathematical statement and wallow in our degenerate theory .
Koji Tanaka, et al., in "Paraconsistency: Logic and Applications: Logic and Applications", p.296 | ||