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  1. Autologichechsky.


    There are words that describe themselves (autologichkskie) for example: noun-noun

    And there is a getrological they don't describe themselves: purple is not purple (colors) the word triangle is not triangle. But if we ask whether the words getrologic are also called getrologic? If the answer is no, then it is autological, i.e. it describes itself, but if it describes itself, then it is hetrological-hetrological

  2. -Hegel's paradox: “History teaches man that man learns nothing from history”
    – Theseus ' ship: if every element of the ship has been replaced at least once, can the ship be considered a former ship?
    – God's omnipotence paradox: can an omnipotent God create a stone that it cannot lift on its own?
    – the paradox of Epimenides or the paradox of the liar: the Cretan says: “All Cretans are liars”
    – the paradox of the heap; At what point will the heap cease to be a heap if you take one grain of sand from it?
    – Russell's paradox: does the set of all sets that do not contain itself contain itself? Russell popularized it in the form of the Barber's Paradox: “A barber shaves only people who don't shave themselves. Does he shave himself?”
    And finally, one of the most fun ones for me is the Abilene paradox:it happens that people make decisions based not on what they want, but on what they think others want. The result is that everyone is doing something that no one really needs.

    I also advise you to read about Zeno's aporias and dichotomies.

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