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3. Getting the Questions Clear — Rather than focus on the problems the author is trying to solve, you need to focus on the questions that you want to be answered. Just as we must establish our own terminology, so too must we establish our own propositions by shedding light on the problems to which the authors provide answers. It’s important to frame the questions in such a way that all or most of the authors can be interpreted as providing answers. Sometimes we might not get an answer to our questions because they might not have been seen as questions by the authors.

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