|n.||1.||A tenet or proposition contrary to received opinion; an assertion or sentiment seemingly contradictory, or opposed to common sense; that which in appearance or terms is absurd, but yet may be true in fact.|
A gloss there is to color that paradox, and make it appear in show not to be altogether unreasonable.
|Noun||1.||paradox - (logic) a self-contradiction; "`I always lie' is a paradox because if it is true it must be false"|
|1.||(database)||Paradox - A relational database for Microsoft Windows,
originally from Borland.|
Paradox 5 ran on Microsoft Windows nd provided a graphical environment, a debugger, a data modelling tool, and many "ObjectPAL" commands.
Paradox 7 ran under Windows 95 and Windows NT.
Latest version: Paradox 9, as of 2000-02-10 (a Corel product).
|2.||(logic)||paradox - An apparently sound argument leading to a
Some famous examples are Russell's paradox and the liar paradox. Most paradoxes stem from some kind of self-reference.
Smarandache Linguistic Paradox.