The debate "Do you agree that you disagree to this question think about it" was started by
September 10, 2015, 12:03 am.
25 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 11 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Sosocratese posted 2 arguments, scotthansonMC posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
AngryBlogger posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
Bestforevr, Neaa, MrAltitude, pats4life, Sosocratese, scotthansonMC, jellybeanie, iSmuggleJews, omgflyingbannas, Firplius, franciscotrejo, KrazeTheCricket, mohasan, Zuhayr and 11 visitors agree.
Katana_MC, athinus, pajrc1234, Anas, AngryBlogger and 6 visitors disagree.
No. I disagree that I agreed to disagree with the question, therefore resulting in an paradox if you will but none the less disagreeing with that even until there is nothing to disagree with.
haha, i love tha first one
you have a good thinking but there's a little problem with this sentence..the important word that must be in the sentence....what actually you want to ask...the point you are asking of...but nice try
I generally enjoy paradoxes.... There are better ones though. The usual version of the one the one posted is "this sentence is false". There are other simple ones like "if everything is possible, is it possible for something to be impossible?" or "what happens if Pinocchio says 'my nose will grow now'?"
haha, i like your way of thinking. Andi see your poin too
it's very simple; the question asks you to agree that you disagree. So; it's like asking "do you agree that x is disagreeable?" if you agree that x is disagreeable then you must hit agree, if you believe that x is agreeable, you must disagree. Nice try at a paradox, but the condition of agreeing is dependent on the subject of disagreeing so you can resolve the paradox either way. I disagree that this statement is a paradox, so I will agree that I disagree with the question presented to me.
haha, what a paradox. if you agree, then you are not disagreeing, therefore you technically cannot agree without being truthful. yet if you disagree, then the same thing happens, you are disagreeing that you will not disagree, therefore you are not being truthful either.
The only possible answer, is to not choose a side at all