Playing a little game of life and death

Every once in a while, I encounter a piece of writing that reminds me why I ended up as a philosophy major all those years ago — playing around with the logical implications of words and ideas can be a lot of fun.

There’s danger in becoming too enamored of the wordy argument, and that’s the principal reason that most of the time these days I prefer empirical evidence. But not today.

If you don’t relish going round and round with problems like “Everything I say is a lie,” this isn’t the article for you. See you next time.
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