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justified with vs justified through

 
 
Reply Thu 16 Mar, 2017 06:18 am
The teacher made the assumption that children were incapable of making good decisions and justified this assumption with the lens of behaviorism.

The teacher made the assumption that children were incapable of making good decisions and justified this assumption through the lens of behaviorism.

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Ragman
 
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Reply Thu 16 Mar, 2017 07:00 am
@perennialloner,
Use of the word Through would be more appropriate and commonly heard, though either would be grammatically correct.
dalehileman
 
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Reply Thu 16 Mar, 2017 11:40 am
@Ragman,
Rennie, Rag has said it 'way better'n I could
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perennialloner
 
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Reply Thu 16 Mar, 2017 04:06 pm
Thank you both. Is there a reason why language questions usually get downvoted?
dalehileman
 
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Reply Thu 16 Mar, 2017 05:24 pm
@perennialloner,
Peren by 'downvoted,' do you mean thumbs-down

Some of us use it not to vote down but simply to remove from listing when done with
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