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If I tell you to ignore my commands, and you do, did you really ignore my commands?

Asked by: MagicAintReal
  • Y e s

    If you really are ignoring a command, it doesn't matter what it is. If your intention was to ignore the command, whatever command it was, then even if the command was to ignore the command, you still wouldn't be following it as you are ignoring it by your own decision, and not trying to comply to the wishes of the commander. You are doing what the command told you to, but that is a simple coincidence, and irrelevant to the command.

  • Yes you are

    If you really are ignoring a command, it doesn't matter what it is. If your intention was to ignore the command, whatever command it was, then even if the command was to ignore the command, you still wouldn't be following it as you are ignoring it by your own decision, and not trying to comply to the wishes of the commander. You are doing what the command told you to, but that is a simple coincidence, and irrelevant to the command.

  • The Paradox of Choice

    There really is no debate to have on a question that cannot be answered. No matter what you choose, there'll be a perpetual loop that doesn't ever answer the question being asked, because the statements being made are both always true and always false at the same time as they contradict each other forever. Only chose no to answer elaborate on this because there is no "this is a paradox and cannot be answered by a yes or no answer" button.


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