Paradoxes for our times / 1





2 Responses to “Paradoxes for our times / 1”

  1. Marjorie Hoefmans Says:

    Paradox 6 is too short a shortcut. The others I like, but mostly number 9.

  2. ktwop Says:

    In No. 6 I considered whether it should be “cannot” or may not, but came to the conclusion that “can not” was correct. Suppose something “believed” turns out to be true, then it ceases to be a “belief” as soon as it is a “truth”. Hence my conclusion that what is “believed” – while it is still a “belief” – cannot simultaneously be a “truth”. (Of course it also means that “truth” is not static but dynamic).

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