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Using the word "Silly" is Silly

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Started: 7/29/2016 Category: Funny
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Debating Period
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Using the word silly is silly because silly is silly is silly.


Given statement s "using the word silly is silly" implies that if person p uses a word w1 with a certain definition d1 the definition d1 has to define p


Given word w2 with definition d2 so that d2 is the opposite to d1
Person p uses w1 and w2 in the same sentence. According to s it means

=> p is: (d1 AND d2) = (d1 AND NOTd1)
=> contradiction since d1 and d2 are opposite and p cant be d1 and d2 at the same time
=> statement s is wrong
=> using the word silly is not silly
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