Could what you just wrote here be a 'paradox'?
Is the statement, for example, 'the earth is flat' a 'paradox' or not a 'paradox'?
But just because the contradiction within a statement may appear initially to be false, at very first glance, a few seconds later it may appear to be true.
Also, a contradiction, within a statement, is either a contradiction or it is not a contradiction.
How can a 'contradiction', itself, be either true or false.
We may have, and be using, completely OPPOSITE definitions for the word 'contradiction' now. What do you think?
It looks like we have, and ARE using, completely OPPOSITE definitions for the word 'paradox' now. Can you also SEE this?
But a paradox is just a written or said statement. Agree?
If yes, then written or said statements can be within Nature, Itself, as 'Nature' could be defined as Everything, anyway.
If no, then what is 'paradox' to you if it is not a written nor said statement?
Also, from another perspective, IF a 'paradox' is a 'contradiction', within a statement, about Nature, which although may initially appear false, BUT, actually be true, then that COULD be within Nature, Itself, correct? Or, have I got this wrong also?
To me, what you are saying here appears to be very contradictory and/or absurd and on further investigation is looking more contradictory and/or absurd. But then again I have NOT seen this FULLY yet, from your perspective.
I am just wondering, from YOUR perspective, have you gained a FULLY COMPLETE perfectly fitting together picture, or VIEW, of ALL-THERE-IS, yet?
If no, then this might explain WHY your definitions of words are contradicting the definitions you are using for other words when they are placed together.
However, if yes, then great.
Also, have you yet noticed how your first sentence states that a 'paradox' is a statement ... BUT your third sentence states that a 'paradox' can exist within a statement ...?
How can a paradox be both 'a statement', and be 'within' 'a statement' also?
And, because of the specific way that it is worded this appears to make no logical sense to me. For within it appears to be a contraction.