What Happens After Philosophy Eats its Tail?
The Liar Paradox and peak subversion in philosophy
If I were to tell you that I always lie, should you believe me then or not?
This is the liar paradox which goes back to ancient Greek philosophy. If I’m lying when I say I’m always lying, as I should be if I’m a liar, then I’m not a liar after all because in that case, at least…