paradox 悖論


What Is a Paradox? Definition and Examples
What is a paradox? A paradox is a self-contradictory statement or situation. A paradox example is, “less is more.”
The word origin of paradox comes from the Latin paradoxum, which in turn came from the Greek paradoxos. It’s a combination of the ancient Greek words para and dokein.
Para- is a prefix that means "beyond," while dokein is a verb that means "to think."
Combined, paradoxos, or paradox, means "beyond thinking." A paradox is an idea that forces you to ponder beyond the normal, expected limits of your thinking.

it's interesting, period.