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- n. Alternative form of centerground.
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US politics is played out over time in the centreground - right of the Dems and the left of the GOP.
To answer the proposition - DC can find definition for himself in this centreground mess.
I also think he is trusted when it comes to the centreground of British politics, public services and the economy - which is also important.
Turning to the philosophy of science, it was clear by the end of the 1980s that the centreground was now occupied by a new realism, one that took on board lessons from general philosophy of language and epistemology, in particular referentialist semantics and a belief in the possibility of objective knowledge and justification.
Brown has gifted us the centreground for a generation, they say, rubbing their hands.
The centreground isn’t a sand-meets-shore cut off.