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Lilwisegirl

Member Since 28 Nov 2012
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Woodchucks

05 December 2012 - 02:32 AM

(Just because I'm bored, and I'm sure you will come up with great answers...)

 

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?


Why isn't this a legitimate answer?

01 December 2012 - 01:05 AM

I'm sure we all know the paradox about 'If I say 'I am lying', am I telling the truth or lying', so I won't write it out. My question is, why isn't the following a legitimate answer?
You aren't lying. You're just mistaken.
Maybe I'm sounding stupid, but seriously. Just because you state something doesn't mean it's true at all. Paradoxes themselves are evidence of that. And the very spirit of philosophers- i.e., everything anyone has ever said might be wrong accepts that people can just be plain mistaken. I've never heard this logic being followed before, and I'm wondering why. Anyone know?