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Presents well-known paradoxes, including liar, double liar, barber, and lazy-bones paradox. Also contains sophisms, and short paradoxical sentences from life.
Discussion of a semantic paradox due to Haskell B. Curry; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by J. C. Beall.
An analysis of several attempted resolutions of the Epimenides Paradox (also known as the Liar Paradox), showing how they all fail.
Homepage maintained by Franz Kiekeben, containing short essays on well-known paradoxes, such as Newcomb's paradox.
A collection of proofs leading to absurd conclusions.
Common paradoxes and dilemmas, particularly of the social type: the Voting Paradox, Prisoner's Dilemma, Newcomb's Paradox, Unexpected Hanging, Execution Paradox, and the Self-Amendment Paradox.
Entry in the Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy by A. D. Irvine.
Article in the Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, by Dominic Hyde.
An article in the Platonic Realms.
An article in the Platonic Realms.
Presents well-known paradoxes, including liar, double liar, barber, and lazy-bones paradox. Also contains sophisms, and short paradoxical sentences from life.
Homepage maintained by Franz Kiekeben, containing short essays on well-known paradoxes, such as Newcomb's paradox.
A collection of proofs leading to absurd conclusions.
Common paradoxes and dilemmas, particularly of the social type: the Voting Paradox, Prisoner's Dilemma, Newcomb's Paradox, Unexpected Hanging, Execution Paradox, and the Self-Amendment Paradox.
Entry in the Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy by A. D. Irvine.
An analysis of several attempted resolutions of the Epimenides Paradox (also known as the Liar Paradox), showing how they all fail.
Article in the Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, by Dominic Hyde.
Discussion of a semantic paradox due to Haskell B. Curry; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by J. C. Beall.
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