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The unimpeachability of "culture" as a sensible signifier for large segments of our client populations appears to be taken as truth established beyond question.
The first four chapters deal in a wealth of detail with the circumstances that brought about the condition of melancholy, beginning with the guiding concept that shaped Monaldo's life, and had so much impact on his children, of 'vrai noblesse', based on the preservation of the standing of the family and the unimpeachability of the paternal will.
Such rhetorical reiteration of one's own moral unimpeachability is a useful strategy to discourage criticism of one's positions.