On Sat, 23 Feb 2019 at 03:50, Ørjan Johansen <oer...@nvg.ntnu.no> wrote:
> On Wed, 20 Feb 2019, James Cook wrote:
> > 5. Rule 2465 says: "Upon doing so, the specified players win the game."
> >   When we talk about "Doing X" for any X, we almost always take X to refer
> >   to the Action ("Declaring apathy") and not the method (without
> >   objection). R2125 supports this in that it separates Action from
> >   Method. Therefore, "Upon doing so" refers to the action but not the
> >   method.
> Although the CFJ seems to be judged false for other reasons, I'd like to
> mention that I don't agree with this point - "so" naturally refers to the
> entire scenario of the previous sentence, including the without objection
> part.

We were indeed worried about that aspect.

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