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Whoever it was, you’re a liar. 462 pounds (100 kilos), Harry is a fat man. 999 kilos). So that means any man who weighs the same as Harry must also be fat: a fraction of an ounce, or a gram, can never make the difference between being fat or thin. 997 kilos), and so on. 999 kilos). 184 pounds (40 kilos) could never be described as fat. Hence the paradox: a series of apparently logically watertight steps leads us to a conclusion that is manifestly false. But neither the logic nor the observation have any evident flaws.
Aristotle was born in 384 bce, in the Macedonian city of Stagira, now in northern Greece. He was the son of Nicomachus, a physician to the court of the king of Macedon, who sent him to Athens in 367 bce, where he joined Plato’s Academy, remaining there for 20 years, first as a student, and later as a teacher. After Plato’s death, Aristotle left Athens, eventually ending up in Macedon, where he tutored the future Alexander the Great. He then returned to Athens, and founded his own school, the Lyceum or Peripatetic school (likely so called because he taught while strolling along the covered walkways of the Lyceum).
184 pounds (40 kilos) could never be described as fat. Hence the paradox: a series of apparently logically watertight steps leads us to a conclusion that is manifestly false. But neither the logic nor the observation have any evident flaws. This is a version of Eubulides paradox of the heap, where a similar argument showed that a heap would still be a heap when it contained only one grain of sand, just as long as the grains were removed one by one. 3-SECOND THRASH Why you can never make a mountain out of a molehill.