Irony or paradox?

Man with Python-Photo taken in Batu Caves- Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

“Snake’s poison is life to the snake. It is in relation to the man that it means death”


I get confused all the time between Irony & Paradox, Not sure when to use it, English pundits can help me.

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6 thoughts on “Irony or paradox?

  1. I love the photo, and love Rumi’s wisdom, as always.
    Paradox is a statement which is both true and false at the same time. The famous Aristotle’s paradox: “Everything inside this circle is a lie.”
    Irony is saying the opposite of what you mean, with full understanding that your audience will get your true meaning: “This bed is as soft, as concrete.”

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