My question concerns the logic of language, as it is used in the following sentence:
The main idea was to find some possible solutions.
If something is possible, such as finding a solution to a problem, can't we assume the solution is already from the domain of some solutions (i.e., from the domain of an infinite number of possibilities) and not the (meaning only) solution?
Thinking logically, should I remove the word some from the sentence for being redundant? In other words, is the word some unnecessary or does it function in my sentence as an article, thus losing the meaning of being an undetermined or unspecified solution?