Start by addressing the assumption that sentences can be evaluated.

We shouldnt evaluate it, or otherwise our operating system might crash.

Ah yes. The halting problem of English.

Actually, are languages Turing complete? I feel like they’re complex and interactive enough to be. Searching it up only gave results about programming languages, not human languages.

I would guess that all human languages would be Turing complete. Human languages are a byproduct of how human mind processes information, so they share core constructs.

Aristoteles: “just because”

The following sentence is true. The previous sentence is false.


Then what is says is true, or it’s lying about what it’s saying is true

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