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The Liar Paradox is an argument that arrives at a contradiction by reasoning about a Liar Sentence

Augustine’s “Confessions” and the Harmony of Faith …

"Green daisy" - "green" perhaps in the sense of "fresh." The daisy, a variety of sunflower, was a common symbol of truth and fidelity in the Middle Ages, and in its whiteness and perfect circularity was associated the pearl.

Pope Benedict XVI dramatically underscored the importance of St

Augustine of Hippo (354-430) recently

Much of the material in the poem about the unfairness and uncertainty of life is familiar - the difficulty in distinguishing friend from foe, falsehood flourishing while truth goes unrewarded, the poor suffering at the hands of the rich, and so on.

I’ve been fascinated by how to name huge numbers since I was a kid myself

Compare CT III(D)1724-25.

321-22 Kennedy is alluding to the Eclogue of Theodulus, a popular Latin school text, which presents a debate between a shepherd and a shepherdess - Pseustis ("Liar"), who represents the falsehood of the pagans, and Alithia, who represents the truth of Christianity.

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