Summary Of The Book 'Asking The Right Questions'

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According to the book Asking the Right Questions, context in which words are used means that it refers to the writer's or speaker's background, traditional uses of the term within particular controversy, and the words and statements preceding and following the possible ambiguity. Therefore, different words can have different meanings depending on what the writer's stance and the facts they use to support their stance. For instance, one could say that the temperature out side was great today, it was sunny and bright. The problem with statement is that people have different opinions about that temperature feels "great" to them. Some people like it cold outside and some people like it hot. Also, if it is sunny and bright outside someone could
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