On the theme of Russell's paradox:
Does the set of all sets that do not contain themselves contain itself?
And the Barber's paradox:
Does a barber who shaves all men who do not shave themselves shave himself?
Can we formulate a similar regarding self-consciousness?
For example, are there any legs to a paradox of the following composition:
There are two types of thoughts:
1) Thoughts which are about themselves
2) Thoughts which are not about themselves
Is a thought which is about all those thoughts which are not of themselves a thought about itself?
If this is flawed, how is it flawed, and can you improve on the paradox to make it not flawed?