To me, an ideal paper first clearly and concisely states a claim it will defend, in its title and abstract. The introduction quickly reviews the context and restates the claim, summarizing its supporting argument. The body of the paper makes good on those promises, filling out the detail, clearly flagging all required assumptions. And then the conclusion restates the claim and argument and points to further implications.
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