I have provided you two examples which help you
to develop a paradox statement about you.
For example Paradox statements are appears to
"I spend all my free time cycling,"
said Todd. This is an instance of a paradox. As if Todd was cycling, certainly
that time would not be classified as free time, could it? A paradox is a
statement that does not look to make sense. One frequently stops to think about
it as it seems, and sometimes is, contradictory.
Another example, if somebody says, "I
always lie," it is a logical paradox. As, if the person always lies, then
the statement "I always lie" is the truth, which entails that the
person does not always lie.
Apr 14th, 2015
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