Letter to Wittgenstein - Gottlobe Frege
On its own the use of different expressions in the same sense seems to me to be a taboo; where one does it because of a particular advantage, one should not leave the reader in doubt about it. But, where the reader, contrary to the intention of the writer, could come to connect the same sense with different expressions, the writer should point out the difference and seek to make as distinct as possible where it obtains.
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