Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Or one could say . . .

"I am contractually bound to state that these ideas and findings of mine are to be considered as if they were really the ideas and findings of the M-F.*"

Stating things this way would clarify to whom the ideas and findings really belong, for the point of ambiguity lies in the word "really," which can mean "factually" or "legally," and since there would be no question who was factually responsible for the ideas, then there could also be no question who was legally responsible for the ideas.

[*No, not Monumental Foundation]


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