Example sentences for: paradoxes

How can you use “paradoxes” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • In the New York Review of Books , Michael Wood says Wills resorted to "a bundle of rather weary paradoxes: the lost but unforgettable frontier, the wilderness which is society's favorite dream."

  • The author welcomed Europe's attempt in Kosovo to break openly with the spirit of Munich but warned that the new internationalism contains paradoxes that could spell trouble in the future.

  • But Dawkins should at least give us the chance to savor one of the great paradoxes of our era before we slip into darkness: The more that science explains our existence, the more implausible we seem.

  • That Brady was a great photographer who did not take photographs was merely the most obvious of the many paradoxes of his career.

  • In a long series of paradoxes enumerated by Bertrand Russell, Kurt Goedel, and others, we learn that a formal system that looks at itself is bound to fail.


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