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awarded  Popular Question
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revised Can “and” mean “in order to”?
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comment Can “and” mean “in order to”?
I couldn't think of a better way to title the question, any suggestions are welcome.
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asked Can “and” mean “in order to”?
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comment Is it wrong to say something is X if it cannot not be X?
@Mr. Shiny Could you give an answer that gives an example that can never make sense regardless of context? Even if just to show there is not a general case answer.
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comment Is it wrong to say something is X if it cannot not be X?
I'm actually being sneaky and leaving the real subject out of the question (it's not amoral but a similar word) because it's an emotional subject which can confuse things. I may clarify later on.
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comment Is it wrong to say something is X if it cannot not be X?
That's a good point about metaphors.
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revised Is it wrong to say something is X if it cannot not be X?
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asked Is it wrong to say something is X if it cannot not be X?