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What is the reason about using "comparative word, more"? Please help me! Shifting the burden of a problem to other solutions explains a wide range of behaviors where well-intended “solutions” actually make matters worse over the long term. Opting for “symptomatic solutions” (solutions that address only the symptoms of a problem, not fundamental causes) is enticing. Apparent improvement is achieved and pressures, either external or internal, to “do something” about an annoying problem are relieved. But easing a problem symptom also reduces any perceived need to find more fundamental solutions. Meanwhile, the underlying problem remains unaddressed and may worsen, and the side effects of the symptomatic solution make it still harder to apply the fundamental solution. in the sentence .... need to find more fundamental solutions... i don't know why more fundamental, just fundamental is written.. What is the reason about using "comparative word, more"? Please help me!
Aug 25, 2014 12:30 PM
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It means that the solutions found so far are not fundamental enough, so they need to find solutions which are less 'symptomatic' and more fundamental.
August 25, 2014
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