Chrysippus and incompleteness (correction of the title in the submission)

José Manuel Rodríguez Caballero josephcmac at
Sat Apr 2 03:57:57 EDT 2022

I would like to share the following quote due to the great Ancient logician
Chrysippus of Soli (279 – c. 206 BC), found in a book written by Marcus
Tullius Cicero (106 BC – 43 BC):

if uncaused motion exists, it will not be the case that every proposition
> [...] is either true or false, for things no possesing efficient causes
> will never be true nor false

page 5 in: M. T. Cicero, "On Fate"

Is there any formalization of Chrysippus's claim?

Kind regards,
Jose M.
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