In classical music paradox be called elegant, strange pieces or fragments that differ from the traditional sound. Also in the paradoxes of ancient Greece named winners in the Olympic competition, singers and performers of instrumental music.
Paradoxes in science
Modern science, using logic as a tool for learning, are often hampered by theoretical inconsistencies or contradictions in the theory of experience. This happens due to incorrect theories axiomatization, logical errors in the construction of judgments, the imperfection of the current scientific methods, or lack of precision instruments used in the experiments.
The existence of the paradox to stimulate new research, a better understanding of the theory of "apparent" postulates, and often leads to complete its review.
Examples of paradox in science can serve as Russell paradox, paradox Banach - Tarski, paradox Smale, Hausdorff paradox, EPR paradox