Some questions for Anthony, who is still not convinced that any statements are false, yet (paradoxically) seems inclined to disagree with absolutely anything I say. I.e. for pretty much any x that I say, he strongly disagrees with x, yet will not admit that x is false (for he sees that if he says that what I say is false, he will have contradicted himself, given his implicit position that no statement is false, not even the statements of mine that he disagrees with). Well, some more questions for him.
Anthony, please remain seated (I assume you are sitting at a computer terminal while you are reading this).
1. Do you agree that ‘Anthony is sitting’ is true?
Now stand up, please.
2. Do you agree that ‘Anthony is sitting’ is no longer true?
3. If so, do you also agree that ‘Anthony is sitting’ is now false?