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The Liar's Revenge

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The previous K I cut wasn't good enough. So here's the whole new file:

 

Shell

 

  1. this statement is a lie

     

  2. this statement is either “something other than true or false” (i.e. the claim that you made that the thing was to pass through the first filter) or not true

 

A) if the liar's revenge statement is not true, then it's true

 

B) if the liar's revenge statement is true, then it's something other than true or false, or not true

 

C) if the liar's revenge statement is something other than true or false, then it's true

Extension: Why we win

We win so that you can stop thinking about the liar's revenge. 

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"The Classical Liar Sentence is the self-referential sentence,

This sentence is false.

It leads to the same difficulties as the sentence, “I am lying.” Experts in the field of philosophical logic have never agreed on the way out of the trouble despite 2,300 years of attention."

https://www.iep.utm.edu/par-liar/

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On 12/30/2018 at 11:10 AM, XrossEcramination said:

this isn't a reason you win.

I guess that's fair. I'm sure you could spin it as "we're less objectionable than their policy shiz from the perspective of this framework" though. 

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