I read this in Lewis Carroll once.
Basically the Raw Meat Paradox runs as follows:
- The meat that I eat at the table is the meat that I buy in the market.
- The meat that I buy in the market is raw meat.
- Therefore, the meat that I eat at the table is raw meat.
It's a "paradox" because p -> q , q -> r , p -> r is supposed to be a valid logical process, but the meat on your table will probably not be raw meat.
The paradox can be solved by making the logical system more complicated: incorporate an element of time and say that there is not enough information to deduce whether the meat is still raw by the time it reaches your plate.
(See also the Accident fallacy.)