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In a cogent manner.
On the one hand no thinker reiterates or emphasizes more cogently the reality of individual responsibility and of will.
Each year his argument was more and more cogently enforced by the logic of facts.
Phillips cogently argues that it also directly impacts on presidential elections and on American foreign policy.
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