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I've been reading Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid and I started thinking about the Epimenides paradox mentioned at the beginning, and as I speak some Korean I was wondering if I could reach out to the philosophic community to see if there's an answer for the paradox that comes out of East-Asian philosophy.
Here's my original question:
Can anyone familiar with east-Asian philosophy explain how one would reconcile this paradox?
다음 문장은 틀린다.
전 문장은 맞았다.
That's my personal translation of the two-statement version:
The following sentence is false.
The previous sentence is true.
Since all the explanations I've heard all come out of western philosophy I was wondering if other methods of philosophy have come up with other explanations.
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