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A word in a human language represents a fuzzy room of meaning, rather, than a sharply defined point.
I think in many conversattions on this website two or more contary opinions are right and people often try to argue for there position, either with groups, who use a different word for the same meaning, or with those, who use the same word for an other meaning. A slight shift in "meaning-space" can cause major artificial differences in opinion.
Closing Statement from Philipp Wettmann
Thank you for your interesting contributions.
This conversation has shown, that the fuzzynes of human languages and specialy the english one can be bout a blessing and a curse.
You mentioned, that it is often possiple to make the effort to be more precise and that in most cases the context can help, but that at the other hand some people use, or abuse the unpecise meaning of words with intention.
Very interesting thank you.