Sometimes it's murky as opposed to deep, other times the jargon perfectly describes the sentiment and the incomprehension owes to deficiencies in sight on the part of the water's observer.
But I'll expound, and by using more words (verbosity
) perhaps clarify it for you.
Do note that exounding would be moving toward verbosity
, as opposed to the more succinct
has to do with the volume
of words, and not their length or complexity of sentence construction. So the difficulty in understanding a concise and presice useage of words is really your complaint about couching it in, perhaps, sesquipedalian
words and not verbosity
Using words with precision is important to me. My post was succinct
, and not verbose
. Perhaps it was sesquipedalian
but did not represent logorrhea
I recommend that you look up the true meaning of the word you used (verbosity). This is important not only for proper use
of words but also for improved understanding
Lastly, the sentence is easy to understand, as you should see when I expound on ot, making it more verbose.
Craven de Kere wrote:
This is untrue in many macro and micro scales
Foxfyre's statement is contradicted on small scales (e.g. individual examples of increased freedoms in trade and governance not making significant headway against poverty).
It is also untrue on larger scales, as the overwhelming majority of democratic free-markets are not among the wealthy.
furthermore it ignores that the degree of poverty is often a contributive cause toward freedoms and the lack of it
In addition, Foxfyre's assertion is not giving enough consideration to the fact that poverty can be a cause of forms of markets and governance as much as forms of governance and market freedom can affect poverty.
etherby mitigating against the opposite stream of influence.
"etherby" is a special spelling of "thereby" that I introduce for immediate worldwide adoption.
This part of the sentence is a continuation of the point about considering the converse cause/effect relationship and stream of influence.
I include this helpful (if perghaps more verbose) text illustration of stream of influence
Form of government + Market = effect on poverty
Poverty = effect on form of government and market
Note that the cause/effect relationship can go both ways, and this is what I succinctly referenced.