Obviously 'paradox' is a concept, we name certain things to be so. We share the knowledge of those things through the use of language. But those things, "in themselves", those particular "instances of paradox", are they concepts? They seem neither fact nor fiction, inconcrete yet clearly existent.
And speaking of instantion, is every paradox an instance of the same form? What could be the form of Paradox? If not concepts, individually or grouped, what are they
Question: What is the ontological status of paradoxes? Is every paradox in an ontology unto its own?
This, then, is the ultimate paradox of thought: to want to discover something that thought itself cannot think. - Søren Kierkegaard