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>essentially

No, implicitly and very subtly. The essence of the argument was the student in a voluntary class. The implications are manifold, but not stating the implications has a meaning on the meta level, that the students understanding is not expected, but the students expectation of an authoritative answer has to be satisfied anyway by stating the obvious to establish or retain authority.




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