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Philosophy of Logic
The Epimenides Paradox
An analysis of several attempted resolutions of the Epimenides Paradox (also known as the Liar Paradox), showing how they all fail.
Entry in the Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy by A. D. Irvine.
Some Endeavours at Synthesising a Solution to the Sorites.
An introductory survey by Shawn Raylston.
Article in the Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, by Dominic Hyde.
Site maintained by Ron Barnette, which regularly proposes paradoxes in common sense reasoning and invites and publishes responses to them.
Homepage maintained by Franz Kiekeben, containing short essays on well-known paradoxes, such as Newcomb's paradox.
The Berry Paradox and Godel's Incompleteness Theorem
Transcript of a lecture by Gregory Chaitin on how the Berry Paradox ("the smallest number that needs at least n words to specify it, where n is large") illuminates Godel's Incompleteness Theorem.
Site maintained by Geoff Wilkins. Well organised, with bibliography.
The World of Paradox
Site containing some well-known paradoxes, together with a discussion of each.
Paradoxes and Dilemmas
Common paradoxes and dilemmas, particularly of the social type: the Voting Paradox, Prisoner's Dilemma, Newcomb's Paradox, Unexpected Hanging, Execution Paradox, and the Self-Amendment Paradox.
Zeno's Paradox of the Tortoise
An article in the Platonic Realms.
Discussion of a semantic paradox due to Haskell B. Curry; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by J. C. Beall.
Paradox or Fallacy
A discussion on paradox, with the goal being to determine what is paradox and what is fallacy.
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