The Liar Paradox

Por • 22 ene, 2018 • Sección: Filosofía

Kuang-Ming Wu

Abstract. This essay delivers a serious message on life, at the core of reasoning, to wit, “I am a liar” self-destructive infests reasoning to undermine it to fill life with oxymora, then proposes a singing way out in music. This essay is naturally divided into three sections: one, how self-destructive the liar paradox is life-ubiquitous; two, the liar paradox as basic to logic and philosophy; and three, how to deal with the liar paradox in snake-charming, in “Tying.” In short, these pages say that “I am a liar” self-denies to self-destroy, to demolish the structure of living (Section 1) and reasoning (Section 2). Such self-demolition must be snake-charmed into deeply singing life and reasoning (Section 3).

Keywords: Liar ParadoxReasoningPlayMusical Beauty

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DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2015.55032    2.428 Downloads   2.852 Views  

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