For example, if there is a debate around a topic such as the validity of a research paper and there are two views, and someone says this:

This statement should assure one that this paper is suitable.

Does this statement imply there are two different views on the paper?

And the person saying it believes their view is correct but does it mean they would not respect the other view or believe the other view is worthy of respect??

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    This appears to be a duplicate of this: english.stackexchange.com/questions/595560/… Sep 22 at 20:20
  • hello the other one had improper qualifications Sep 22 at 20:22
  • If you created two accounts, you should merge them.
    – Laurel
    Sep 22 at 20:25
  • Welcome to the site. You use "statement" twice to mean different things. You ask two questions. Please clarify what you are asking and - as site guidelines suggest (look at the site help/guide to see how to ask good questions) - ask one question at a time.
    – Anton
    Sep 22 at 21:02


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