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|A crocodile seized a human baby who had been playing on the banks of the Nile. |
The mother implored the crocodile to return her child. “Well” ... The mother's
views can be express in the following form: 8 Traveling East The Crocodile's
|Remember that the crocodile can always keep his promise if it based solely on |
his expressed intention, but cannot guarantee it if it ... The Crocodile and
Malsequence The Crocodile's Dilemma does not adhere to the sequence
|Crocodile. Dilemma. The Crocodile Dilemma is an unsolvable problem in logic.|
158 The premise states that a crocodile who has stolen a child promises the
father that his son will be returned if and only if he can correctly predict what the ...
|A simpler version of this paradox is the Crocodile's Dilemma: A crocodile has |
stolen a child. The crocodile promises the child's father to return the child,
provided that the father correctly guesses whether the crocodile will return the
child or not.
|... if I can show that I constitute this great blessing 'from stem to stern'?2 I will not |
demonstrate it through the crocodile's dilemma,3 or the argument of the growing
heap,4 or the argument of the horns,5 or any other dialectical subtlety of that sort.
|... list—“Docebo autem non crocodilitis, aut soritis,ceratinis,aut aliis idgenus |
dialecticorumargutiis”—is translated by Miller[1979b: 31]as follows:“Iwill not
demonstrate itthrough the crocodile's dilemma, or the argument of the growing
heap,or the ...
|... and linked the Liar to the Pyrrhonian skeptics' tendency to doubt all logical |
propositions: 42 Erasmus has Folly allude to these in her encomium: "I will not
demonstrate it through the crocodile's dilemma, or the argument of the growing
|... 360n12 Achilles and the Tortoise, 45—46 arrow, 46—47 bald-man, 53 Banach|
-Tarski, 90—94 barber, 19, 20, 23, 340, 344, 357n4 Berry, 26—27, 340
Brandenburger-Keisler, 61—63 coastline, 214—215 crocodile's dilemma, 173
|One of the more entertaining versions is “The Crocodile Dilemma,” which goes as |
follows: A crocodile has stolen a child. He then tells the child's father, “I will return
your child to you if you guess correctly whether I will do so or not.” To this, the ...
|Birds called ziczacs enter crocodiles' mouths to eat parasites. The crocodiles don'|
t harm them. The crocodiles rid themselves of parasites and may learn of
intruders from the birds' actions. In turn, the birds get a meal out of it. The