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clichés are the        commonplaces by which we begin a discourse        there is no way to        put down cliché in the beginning because if there was        nothing in common in the utterances with which we addressed        each other thered be no way that we could understand what we        were saying in some sense there is no adequate theory of how        we understand what we say to each other one of the most        depressing things about the present attempts at knowledge        is the array of formal machines we have for explaining how we        know what we say and how poorly they explain it

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New directions 1984
cliché discours machine