Paradox of Material Implication
If I were to love you then you’d love me. Or is it the other way around?
If only I loved you.
If only you loved me.
If you loved me, I’d love you.
You’ll love me only if I love you.
What if it were not the case that I either love you or don’t?
Of course, I love you.
I either do or don’t.
Now a contradiction: for how could it be – while not being the case –
that I either love you or I don’t love you? It couldn’t.
I either love you, or I don’t.