Mathematics transcends individual civilizations and specific languages.
It is one large system of logic - a kind of universal
language. As such, certain paradoxes and contradictions have arisen that have
troubled mathematicians from ancient times to the present. Some are false
paradoxes: they do not present actual contradictions, and are merely slick logic
tricks. Others have shaken the very foundations of mathematics - requiring
brilliant, creative mathematical thinking to resolve. Others remain unresolved
to this day. Presented in these pages are two paradoxes: Zeno's motion paradox and
the paradox of infinite sets, solved by Cantor.

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to Zeno's Paradox