This is Not the Title of This Essay

This essay is full of mistakes. Idea after idea and sentence after sentence is simply wrong. This sentence, for example, is false. Worse yet, this not even complete sentence! A long time ago (so the legend goes) a Cretan prophet by the name of Epimenides declared that “All Cretans are liars.” This paradoxical statement has come to be known as the Epimenides paradox or the Liar paradox This Adam (or atom) of paradoxes has been reformulated into countless variants, yielding such gems as “I am lying,” and “this sentence is false.” It has been split, (“The following sentence is true. The preceding sentence is false.”) boxed, translated and quoted in the Bible. In short, one would assume that the Liar Paradox had been beaten to death. –Tim MalyThis is Not the Title of This Essay (

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