A paradox is a very strange thing: it is an anomaly of reasoning, and, whereas good reasoning is thought to produce sound conclusions, paradoxes can challenge this assumption. With paradoxes the reasoning may appear good but the conclusion that follows absurd. The word comes from Ancient Greek: para meaning ‘distinct from...
Ages: Ages 14-16 (KS4), Ages 11-14 (KS3)
Themes: Truth & Falsity, Reasoning, Paradoxes, Logic, Ancient Greek