Difference between paradox and anacronistic and anacronism




  1. (logic) a statement that contradicts itself


After a time, however, they began to think that he was what they called too “viewy,” too much inclined to paradox, too wild.

It may seem a paradox that the same colour should be at once so durable and so fugitive, but we may briefly explain it by saying _when vitreous pigments are reduced to that extreme state of division which the palette requires, they lose the properties they possess in a less finely divided state_.

This paradox arises either through the blocking of memory, or under oppressive regimes through torture and fear of the consequences of testifying.

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