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A man dies who is neither excessively evil nor good. In the afterlife he is greeted by an angel who tells him that because he is a borderline case he will be given a choice of two doors. One leads to Hell and the other to Heaven.

The angel tells him that two identical angels guard the doors, one for each door. One angel is in reality a demon in disguise who will always answer with a lie to any question he is asked and the other, who is a real angel, will always answer with the truth.

The man is allowed to ask each angel one question and that question has to be the exact same question to each angel.

What is the question that will allow the man to pick the door that will lead him to Heaven?

degiem1


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Paradoxes and sophisms 337 JBM 03-Dec-07 07:18
Re: Paradoxes and sophisms 115 Avatar 03-Dec-07 08:30
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Re: Paradoxes and sophisms 98 JBM 04-Dec-07 04:37
Re: Paradoxes and sophisms 62 ananda 04-Dec-07 16:51
Re: Paradoxes and sophisms 170 Me 04-Dec-07 01:31
Re: Paradoxes and sophisms 111 JBM 04-Dec-07 06:36
Re: Paradoxes and sophisms 112 ananda 04-Dec-07 16:53
Re: Paradoxes and sophisms 107 Me 05-Dec-07 00:37
Re: Paradoxes and sophisms 81 ananda 04-Dec-07 16:49
Re: Paradoxes and sophisms 120 degiem1 05-Dec-07 01:10
Re: Paradoxes and sophisms 72 Nolondil 05-Dec-07 22:19
Re: Paradoxes and sophisms 145 degiem1 06-Dec-07 19:34


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