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Abstract
Analysis of the surprise examination paradox supporting the idea that the students’ conclusion is not wrong but simply contradictory.
Keywords Ex Falso Quodlibet  Principle of explosion  Surprise Examination Paradox  Unexpected Hanging Paradox
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