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The "Protagoras and Euathlus Paradox" has its foundation in antique logic and philosophy. According to the legendary story, Protagoras made an agreement with one of his pupils Euathlus, stipulating that the pupil was to pay for his education in law only after he had won his first case. Euathlus completed his course, but did not practice as a lawyer for a long time. Protagoras decided to sue Euathlus for the amount owed him. Protagoras argued, "Either I win this suit, or you win it". "If I win,fatcat:dmefyfurrfeifc6uavfmpv2x4m