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Later he includes an interrogatio or rhetorical question ("Were they not prepared against such an evil day as this?
And along these lines, Brown fairly portrays the ill-fated Peter Abelard not as the destroyer his enemies imagined, but the proponent of an assidua interrogatio, stimulated by dialectic and guided by the Holy Spirit.
The more suspicious reader of political tactics might even suspect that the White House had deliberately spread speculation about the contents of the Zippergate Tape, in order that the reality of seeing their President subjected to demanding interrogatio n about such intimate matters might be that much less shocking.