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I think that the prof means to distinguish between the term "almost" and the expression "almost everyone". The expression "almost everyone" is primarily assuring (enlarging). But the term "almost", wi …
answered Apr 18 '15 by Ram Tobolski
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At least in some of the cases, the kind of “proof” that we have in “the exception proves the rule” is a conversational implicature. In other words, it is an implication, in the context of a conversati …
answered Jan 19 by Ram Tobolski
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It is difficult to establish strict rules in matters of style, but I think that in general it is more readable to state the conclusion of an argument before the premises. Because, from the point of vi …
answered Apr 17 '15 by Ram Tobolski