Is there a term that means "A self referential statement which is true if (and because) it is true and false if (and because) it is false"?
"This sentence is a lie" is a paradox in the sense of "paradox(noun) A self-contradictory statement, which can only be true if it is false, and vice versa." (Source: Synonyms.com.)
I'm looking for the opposite of that.
I found the following on Everything2:
So we have reached the extraordinary result that the statement is always consistent, regardless of whether or not it is true!
Which notes that it is interesting, but doesn't give a name.