at this moment


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at this moment

At the present moment; right now; currently. I have never felt as happy as I do at this moment.
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at this juncture/moment/point in time

Now, at a particular time. Originally a journalistic locution for the simple word now, this verbose expression is a twentieth-century cliché. Another version, from sports, is at this stage of the game. Both represent an attempt to be legalistically specific. Indeed, an Atlantic Monthly article of January 1975 pointed out, “The phrase ‘at that point in time’ . . . quickly became an early trademark of the whole Watergate affair,” a political scandal in which everyone tried to deny knowledge of and/or participation in various events.
See also: juncture, moment, point, this, time
The Dictionary of Clichés by Christine Ammer Copyright © 2013 by Christine Ammer
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I also think that while Stuart's mood about society at this moment is very interesting, he's certainly not someone who has a lot of reasons to be optimistic about this moment in time.
HB: This is a large question, but also a specific one, to do with certain institutions of learning at this moment. The word "culture" is notorious for its fuzzy boundaries - from the "culture of complaint" to "culture and civilization" or whatever.
RI: Which is why an articulation of the individual as a phenomenal being is at this moment an imperative.