Set Theory and Logic


The Smarandache's Class of Paradoxes

Authors: C. Le

The Smarandache's Class of Paradoxes are semantic paradoxes of the form "All is <A>, the <nonA> too!", where <nonA> is what is not <A>. As a particular case, replacing <A> but an attribute (or, in general, by an idea) it is well know the Smarandache semantic paradox: "All is possible, the impossible too!" which is the motto of the Paradoxism movement in arts, letters, and sciences.

Comments: 4 pages, edited by C. Le, and translated into German by Bernd Hutschenreuther

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[v1] 8 Mar 2010

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