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Morning thought. Take "some men are bad", which is as obvious a truth as "some women", "some farmers" or "some people" are bad. How do you tell it apart from "some men are bad", meant as a semi-attempt not to generalize while insulting a fraction of the population at the same time?

Is context always useful?

Afterthought: it is in fact not so obvious that there are any bad people in the world depending on the point of view. Substitute with any other insult if you feel that way.

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