VICIOUS CIRCULARITY 1

the logical problem which is displayed by specific types of self-referring paradox, like "This sentence is not true", and by specific associated cruxes in set theory, particularly those stemming from the idea that a set can be the member of itself. 2. circular reasoning.

VICIOUS CIRCULARITY 1: "Tomorrow, we will be reviewing vicious circularity."
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