I said that I don't think that sentence has a logical subject.
If I thought the sentence expressed a proposition I would not be making these objections.
I guess I should. But the belief that some contradictions are true goes against my religion (sanity).
As I pointed out with the example of Spinoza, it does not follow from the fact that something is interesting, that Emil will read it.
I think it is implausible. I've been reading up on dialetheism. Very exciting stuff. Not to be dismissed easily.
"this statement" (or "this proposition" refers to whatever proposition expressed by the very sentence. Do you think that is a problem? It does not seem so to me.