To help everyone out Pinocchio had a condition where his sleep would thrive if that told a lie.

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The paradox which OP failed to existing is the Pinocchio states that his nose will grow.

If Pinocchio's nose grows once he believes the is lying climate he will certainly be surprised every time he makes said statement together the result will be the the contrary of his beliefs weather he knows them or not. If the cause of his nose development is that he is omniscient and will prosper whenever the lies 보다 the solution is simply as simple and the is the his sleep would prosper as any other result would break the paradoxical limits because it is never proclaimed that Pinocchio's sleep does not flourish unless he tells a lie.


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There is a renowned conception the Pinocchio's nose grows only as soon as he lies. Under this condition, the Pinocchio Paradox is one analogy for the liar paradox, express the dilemma the what will occur if Pinocchio claims "My nose will flourish now." If the is lying, his nose must grow, yet if his nose grows, then he is actually informing the truth. Top top the various other hand, if the is informing the truth and also his nose starts growing, climate it will violate the problem that his nose grows as soon as he is lying.

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Assume the sentence: "My nose grows now" is true:

Which way that Pinocchio's sleep grows now since he truthfully states it is, however then

Pinocchio's nose does not prosper now due to the fact that according to the novel it grows just as Pinocchio lies, however then

Pinocchio's sleep grows now because Pinocchio's sleep does not flourish now, and Pinocchio trustfully claims it grows now, and also it is false, that renders Pinocchio's sentence to it is in false, yet then

Pinocchio's nose does not prosper now since Pinocchio's nose grows now, and also Pinocchio trustfully says it grow now, and also it is true that renders Pinocchio's sentence to it is in true, yet then

And for this reason on advertisement infinitum.

Assume the sentence: "My sleep grows now" is false:

Which means that Pinocchio's sleep does not flourish now because he falsely says it is, but then

Pinocchio's nose grows now because according come the novel the grows just as Pinocchio lies, but then

Pinocchio's nose does not prosper now since Pinocchio's nose grows now, and Pinocchio falsely claims it grow now, and it is false that makes Pinocchio's sentence to it is in true, but then

Pinocchio's sleep grows now since Pinocchio's nose does not prosper now, and Pinocchio falsely states it grow now, and it is true, that renders Pinocchio's sentence to it is in false, however then