Do you suppose if people stopped pestering paradoxes that they might sort things out perfectly well on their own?
Do paradoxes, when they're not being badgered by the would-be wise, gather like whispering school girls in some corner, reciting their conquests, and then, looking furtively over their shoulders, say things like, "Uh-oh, here comes that nitwit philosopher and his solemn acolyte. Quick! Straighten your hair! Puff yourself up and look important!"
Everyone likes to be noticed.
Why should paradoxes be any different?