Pointless Paradox

Is this pointless?

“The Pointless Paradox is the total antinomy of epistemologic subsidiarity. It annihilates all intuition on patalogics. It is to be feared to disqualify the philosophical tradition what rewards the babble of pointless hodgepodges with a cathedra on the Faculty of Arts …”

~ Edömér Haknish on the Pointless Paradox

“It’s just complete bollocks and I’m not getting involved.”

Oscar Wilde on the Pointless Paradox

“Or is it?”

~ Pointless Paradox on Oscar Wilde

As with almost all paradoxes (paradoxen?) the Pointless Paradox is an apparently true statement or group of statements that leads to a contradiction or a situation which defies intuition or logic. In the case of the Pointless Paradox this is doubly so, making this a paradox within a paradox. Why I’m wasting my time telling you this I just don’t know, nor do I care. See Nobody cares for more information.

Some of the greatest minds in history, from Immanuel Kant to Bertrand Russell have attempted to resolve this paradox with no success. Indeed, Russell referred to it as “the motherbitch of all paradoxes“.

— Page Extract from http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Pointless_Paradox

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