I don’t seem to have many paradoxes.
I have many uncertainties.
The more truths I surrender as heuristics the more paradoxes disappear.
Paradox seems to be a reliable indicator that the model being used to interpret the situation is not up to the task. So it is an indicator that a new model is required, and time to start testing out new ones.
I’ve been around that path a couple of dozen times, and am now in a fully probabilistic model, of a world that is in many levels of balance between order and chaos in terms of fundamental randomness constrained by probability functions. So it is a very long way from classical logic, and it closely approximates it in some contexts (much like general relativity is a long way from Newtonian mechanics, but closely approximates it in some contexts).