If someone told me that I was going to be hung, I can assure you I would be 
expecting it every day. I wouldn't bother with any logical analysis.

(The unexpected exam, on the other hand...)

On Thursday, 12 September 2013 21:33:24 UTC+12, telmo_menezes wrote:
> Time for some philosophy then :) 
> Here's a paradox that's making me lose sleep: 
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unexpected_hanging_paradox 
> Probably many of you already know about it. 
> What mostly bothers me is the epistemological crisis that this 
> introduces. I cannot find a problem with the reasoning, but it's 
> clearly false. So I know that I don't know why this reasoning is 
> false. Now, how can I know if there are other types of reasoning that 
> I don't even know that I don't know that they are correct? 
> Cheers, 
> Telmo. 

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