The mereology of words

Seen mereologically, words often enable multiple readings. This for example:

Or this:

You even don’t have to worry about the Liar Paradox if you see the sentence “I am lying” mereologically”. “I am” – NB a part of the Liar Sentence – is always true when uttered or used, so the sentence “I am lying” is false since one of its mereological readings (“I am”) is true.

I’m not joking. Gordian problems have to be solved in a Gordian way.

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