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Dictionary of Paradox is a fascinating reference work for scholars, students, and the general public. It describes those paradoxes that are either especially interesting today or that have a continuing interest from the historical point of view. Each main entry consists of four parts: a statement of the paradox, an explanation of its paradoxicality, a discussion of attempted or accepted resolutions, and a list of readings. In addition, there are other entries explaining terms relating to paradoxes, listing alternative names for the main entries, or discussing variants of the entries. All information is extensively cross-referenced.

Author : Glenn W. Erickson, John A. Fossa

Publisher : University Press of America

Published : 1998

ISBN-10 : 0761810668

ISBN-13 : 9780761810667

Number of Pages : 220 Pages

Language : en


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