Now, at first glance we might think that this second, literary notion of paradoxicality has little to offer the logician – after all, it is a literary notion, not a logical on. But the opposite is in fact true. We can see this by considering the Literary Liar:
The Literary Liar is either uncontroversially true, and hence is neither kind of paradox, or it is a paradoxI don't get this. The sentence doesn't sound like a paradox to me, and admits as much. (and henceforth neither true nor false), but not a paradox .