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And why the imperative in “must”? Why must one arrive at it? Why even choose the verb “arrived at” when it requires that awkward, tacked-on preposition, “at”? Is the meaning of "arrive" worth the clumsiness of adding "at"? I think there are reasonable, mostly favorable responses to all these questions, and they reveal Dunn's skill in laying out his argument.