Set Theory and Logic


Neutrosophic Degree of a Paradoxicity

Authors: Florentin Smarandache

A paradox is called a statement <P> which is true and false in the same time. Therefore, if we suppose that statement <P> is true, it results that <P> is false; and reciprocally, if we suppose that <P> is false, it results that <P> is true.

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