> Eliezer S. Yudkowsky
> Sure, it's possible to construct self-referential paradoxes, and it's
> possible to analyze them, and you can have fun doing it; it's part of the
> fresh, clear skies of science. There is no connection to the murky waters
> of deconstructionism.
Murky waters? Since when has deconstructionism been anything but a vast
expanse of poisoned quicksand?
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