The paradoxical truth is that nothing is more unpopular with the public than the pursuit of the public interest.
It would be paradoxical to advocate an inquiry into inquiries, but we can begin to see criteria that will make them more likely to succeed.
In the end his interest in ‘ordinary’ life accompanies a paradoxical despair about change.
It is also about the paradoxical tension between human freedom and divine providence.
Both appear to have a paradoxical effect of either increasing or decreasing the stress response.
The French, paradoxically , like to feel like included outsiders.
But as the lifespan of the average person grows longer, paradoxically the age at which people are retiring is falling.
Uniforms, paradoxically , can allow for a greater sense of true personal uniqueness.
The strength of capitalism is, paradoxically , also its weakness.
Heterogeneity and choice are paradoxically often expressed through consumption and marketing.