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2 Changed the word 'coherent' - has a specific meaning in epistemology and logic.
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How to be coherentwrite clearly about philosophy?

Are there any guides on how write coherentlyclearly, especially when writing about philosophy?

I ask because I am usually baffled when someone says that they don't understand me, and at a loss as to how to begin to explain.

Also, how does that work in rhetoric: is it ever a fallacy to claim to not understand?

How to be coherent

Are there any guides on how write coherently, especially when writing about philosophy?

I ask because I am usually baffled when someone says that they don't understand me, and at a loss as to how to begin to explain.

Also, how does that work in rhetoric: is it ever a fallacy to claim to not understand?

How to write clearly about philosophy?

Are there any guides on how write clearly, especially when writing about philosophy?

I ask because I am usually baffled when someone says that they don't understand me, and at a loss as to how to begin to explain.

Also, how does that work in rhetoric: is it ever a fallacy to claim to not understand?

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How to be coherent

Are there any guides on how write coherently, especially when writing about philosophy?

I ask because I am usually baffled when someone says that they don't understand me, and at a loss as to how to begin to explain.

Also, how does that work in rhetoric: is it ever a fallacy to claim to not understand?