The question, "What is reality?" , is paradoxical, because the act of asking the question gives rise to an expectation
of an answer, where none exists. It is not that the answer does not exist at all, rather it is the nature of the answer that is not like the usual answers to usual questions.
For example you can take certain properties of reality and re-frame the question: What is gravity
Although the answer to this question eludes to concepts of force
Posted on February 2, 2008 at 4:55pm