wes, You're right about my saying reason is the antithesis of reason, I chose the wrong word. I agree with you that it represents the boundary of objective reasoning. I also agree that by choosing a perspective you resolve the paradox - that's probably a better way of saying it than I did. Another way to restate that is that paradox is caused by a (faulty) perspective. The choice of perspective is the relevant thing: how do you know which perspective is more true? I think that any perspective explored deeply enough would lead to inconsistencies(paradoxes). If space is mathematically divisible into an infinite number of segments then it seems that Zeno is correct. Since we know that Zeno is not correct in the real world, we are left with a real head scratcher. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!