Reality has two aspects: one continuous and one discrete.
Logical reasoning starting from the continuous aspect ultimately ends in paradoxical contradiction (ie, Russell’s paradox), which also is the ultimate Truth of logical reasoning starting from the discrete aspect. The ultimate ends of logical reasoning starting from both these aspects are thus one and the same paradox, although arriving to it in different aspects.
It means that reality is fundamentally ambiguous between its two aspects, and that there thus isn’t any single unambiguous reality at all (as nominalists like quantum mechanics say, but contrary to what realists like cladists and particle physicists both believe, claim and even claim to have proved empirically).
There isn’t any single unambiguous reality at all, if for no other reason, then for the simple reason that if there had been one, then the two aspects of reality would have been one and the same aspect. Instead, the mere idea of a single unambiguous reality is a contradiction in words.