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In the normal course of the publication of learned journals one would have expected articles proposing theories, other articles confuting them and proposing alternatives to have appeared as the quarterly issues succeeded one another.
However, the empirical results break in the middle, with the "very odd" seventeenth century confuting standard life tables until 1750.
His edition of Milton, published in 1732, was so arbitrary in its marginal emendations that the apparatus of Thomas Newton's edition of 1749 is largely concerned with confuting them.
Class tensions around issues of sexuality were expressed and were sometimes successfully negotiated in both blues and club discourses by confuting middle- and working-class "morality," respectability, and desire.