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Classifying Types of Paradoxes: Liar's Paradox, Et Alia
The well-known Liar's Paradox "This statement is false" leads to a recursive contradiction: If the statement is interpreted to be true then it is actually false, and if it is interpreted to be false ...
Aug 31 '11 at 17:34
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