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Mar19-12, 11:40 AM
He he! Here I am showing that there IS no Liar Paradox... and you want me to tell you what it is that isnt:
The Liar Paradox arises when you try to find out if sentence 1 below is true or not:
1 Sentence 1 is not true.
Informally speaking: Sentence 1 is not true if it is true and true if it is not true...
It must be either true or not true so it is both!
And that is the paradox...
My point is that it is wrong to search for its truth value since logic forbids
of sentence 1.
Thanks. I'm going to have to think about this.