This is a blog for common sense (and for unnecessary puns) - not for discussion of metaphysics or formal philosophy.
In a detective story, the initial diagnosis may look like it is causing a paradox. But once you have watched or read through to the end, it is always the case that there was no paradox, just an incorrect deduction.
In my example yesterday, we had two conclusions, one drawn from each line of data. Those two were fair enough. But it was then just lazy or presumptuous to draw another conclusion from those two conclusions, instead of from the data.
So once we understand the data then there is no paradox.
That only leaves quantum theory ...