And so on.
And so I do like to write a lot.
And so forth and so on.
And so, again, they have to find an excuse.
Slaves were taken forcibly from Africa, and so was I.
And so do millions of other people around the country.
Vehicles made with plastic parts are lighter, and so use less fuel.
"And so it has all of these positive ripple effects throughout the economy."
And so, actually, people abandoned and just quit trying to make mRNA as a drug.
And so the way in which I wanted to feel stable was to take control of my body.
James Anderson would write stuff that was so funny, and so good, and so weird.
Instagram offers Insights, YouTube offers Analytics, Facebook offers Creator Studio, and so on and so forth.
And so any truths they might establish about such matters will inevitably be necessary rather than contingent, and so carry implications about a realm beyond the actual.
We have also seen a darker underbelly, the seething resentment and implicit discrimination occasionally boiling over into outright racism (that dreaded “r-word,” so potent and so feared, and so much more convenient to brush off and sweep under the carpet).
For instance, David Armstrong (1978; 1997) is a believer in universals, and so he is not a nominalist in the sense of rejecting universals, but he believes that everything that exists is spatiotemporal, and so he is a nominalist in the sense of rejecting abstract objects.
In this connection, some critics have pointed out that many “classical theists” affirm a conception of God according to which God is transcendent and ineffable, and so beyond all human comprehension, and so neither personal nor non-personal, and so neither loving nor non-loving (Rea 2016; Ross 2002; Trakakis 2016).
(GR2) Tables, rocks, mountains, seas, and so on exist, and the fact that they exist and have properties such as mass, size, shape,colour, and so on, is (apart from mundane empirical dependencies of the sort sometimes encountered in everyday life) independent of anyone’s beliefs, linguistic practices, conceptual schemes, and so on.
(GR1) Tables, rocks, mountains, seas, and so on exist, and the fact that they exist and have properties such as mass, size, shape, colour, and so on, is (apart from mundane empirical dependencies of the sort sometimes encountered in everyday life) independent of anyone’s beliefs, linguistic practices, conceptual schemes, and so on.
“(1) The first is existence: when one inquires whether so-and-so exists; (2) the second is quiddity: when one inquires what so-and-so is; (3) the third is quality: when one inquires how so-and-so is; (4) the fourth is ‘quarity’: when one inquires why so-and-so is.”
- subsequently or soon afterward (often used as sentence connectors)
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