paradoxes in A Sentence

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    Pictures are Paradoxes” said the eminent vision scientist Richard Gregory.

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    Are there other Paradoxes related to managing that you would include?

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    I hope today learned a lot about Paradoxes.

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    Not only do opposites attract, but Paradoxes complete.

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    Therefore, it is usually divided into several other Paradoxes:.

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    In the extraordinary story of my country, such Paradoxes abound.

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    She had a fascination for Paradoxes.

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    The author Barnaby Rogerson says it is a society that is full of Paradoxes.

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    That is another one of God's Paradoxes.

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    But whatever Paradoxes he embodied, Voegelin was, first and foremost, a passionate seeker for truth.

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    If you are like me, however, when someone begins speaking about Paradoxes, it seems like an overreaching attempt at being profound.

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    The theory of probability, lacking solid theoretical foundations and burdened with Paradoxes, was jokingly called the“theory of misfortune.”.

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    The names of these organizations/buildings are Paradoxes: the Ministry of Truth changes the truth through propaganda constantly;

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    The Novikov self-consistency principle expresses one view on how backwards time travel would be possible without the generation of Paradoxes.

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    In 2002 Barenboim and Said published a joint book of their collected conversations, Parallels and Paradoxes: Explorations in Music and Society.

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    She had a fascination for Paradoxes, a fascination she passed on to me.

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    Conference Name: Conference on Governance, Management and Entrepreneurship: The Paradoxes of Leadership and Governance in the Postmodern Society, CERU, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

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    Today we will examine the Paradoxes- a kind of contradiction in science and logic.

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    One can get out of them what one wants if one uses them, and it is they which have made so much unhappiness and so many Paradoxes.

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    One of the reasons might be because of a well-known problem with time travel to the past, the problem of what we call Paradoxes.

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    These limitations and Paradoxes need to shape the future of happiness studies and wellbeing policies.

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    In search of a recipe for a long happy relationship, psychologists sometimes face Paradoxes.

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    The compilation of stories in which the famous laws of robotics are exposed and, in general, the Paradoxes that can arise in those logical rules that humanity can give to artificial intelligence.

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    There are many such Paradoxes, the most famous being known as the liar paradox, commonly expressed as"This sentence is a lie", or"This sentence is false.".

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    I collect axioms, Paradoxes, maxims, teaching stories, proverbs, and aphorisms of all sorts, because I love to see complex ideas distilled into a few words.

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    (2015) describe these as Paradoxes because“rather than being‘either- or,' all things, including problems and challenges, are interrelated as‘both- and'” p.

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    My recent article in Art & Perception uses works of art to demonstrate that visual perception- and representations of the visual world- involve mind-stretching Paradoxes and logical problems.

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    The Nerds are discussing the conundrums and Paradoxes of astrophysics and Ogre, not to be outdone, poses this stumper,“What if C-A-T spelled dog?”?

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    We cannot resist The Great Attractor(hence its name!) but we can surrender to its intensity of extremes, allowing its contradictions and profound Paradoxes to penetrate our every cell until we know them as the very tension which animates life itself.

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    In response, the authors argue that choosing between these tensions should not be perceived as a“necessary evil,” as situational theorists might, but instead“to sustain long-term effectiveness, leaders must accept and harmonize Paradoxes simultaneously” p.

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