英文原文：By using the paradoxicality rating, we can distinguish between obviously nonparadoxical arguments, such as sound arguments and arguments with obviously false premises, and clear cases of paradoxicality. However, as you’ll soon see, it would be unwise to give a set number for distinguishing the paradoxical from the nonparadoxical. Indeed, to do so would lead to further paradoxes. The paradoxicality rating determines what is more paradoxical than something else and identifies the very clear cases. As for the borderline cases of paradoxicality—for example, arguments in the 0.5 or 0.6 range—a paradoxicality rating merely points to the borderline nature of the paradox and distinguishes it from more clear cases.
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