By Natural Philosopher Mike Prestwood

Enforce vs. In Force, but not Inforce

By Mike Prestwood

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My memory aid:

“At times the police have to gather in force to enforce the laws.”

Or simply, “You gather in force to enforce.”

  • “Inforce” is not a word.
  • “Enforce” means to compel compliance.
  • “In Force” means large numbers or a large impact.

By Mike Prestwood
Natural Philosopher

Mike’s throwback title simply means he writes about philosophy, science and history with a focus on exploring boundaries and intersections. While his focus is on our rational ideas about empirical observations, he does enjoy dabbling in the irrational. His exploration of the empirical led him to develop his Idea of Ideas which allows him to understand what is empirical, rational, and irrational as well as to easily understand what is empirically true, rational true, and irrationally false.

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