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Sixth International Anthology on Paradoxism

Authors: Florentin Smarandache

The Sixth International Anthology on Paradoxism Started in 1980's as an anti-totalitarian protest based on excessive use of contradictions, antitheses, antinomies, deviations of sense, paradoxes in the creation process, the paradoxism as a literary movement was rapidly spread through the creators in the world, finding applications in many fields (such as geometry, physics, logics, literature), and his founder, University Professor Florentin Smarandache, Ph D, a refugee from Romania who now settles in New Mexico State, USA, became a well-known personality. The actual paradoxist anthology presents, at the beginning, articles and chronicles in various languages (English, French, Albanian, Spanish, Chinese, Romanian) about paradoxism and its applications, gathered from the folklore, from popular jokes, and also paradoxist arithmetic and geometries, paradoxist images from our today's reality. In the second part the anthology alphabetically groups 35 authors (translators included) and their literary paradoxist creations - from countries like Australia, Albania, Canada, China, Republic of Moldova, Romania, Spain, and United States.

Comments: 221 pages.

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[v1] 1 Apr 2011

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