In paradoxes such as the Epimenides 'liar' example, is it not sufficient to say

In paradoxes such as the Epimenides 'liar' example, is it not sufficient to say

In paradoxes such as the Epimenides 'liar' example, is it not sufficient to say that all such sentences are inherently contradictory and therefore without meaning? Like Chomsky's 'the green river sleeps furiously', it's a sentence, to be sure, but that's all it is. Thanks in advance :)

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