Top Definition
A liar paradox is a statement or statements that cannot have a consistent truth value.
Examples of a liar paradox

This sentence is false.


The sentence below is false.
The sentence above is true.
#liar #paradox #sentence #below #above #false #true
by philososphizer November 10, 2007
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