The manner of creating paragraphs in ConTeXt appears to differ from that in LaTeX. In LaTeX, one need only create an empty line between two paragraphs, and paragraphs are automatically created, e.g.:
This is a paragraph. This is another paragraph.
From looking through the various ConTeXt manuals, including the LaTeX in Proper ConTeXt article, I have only found mention that paragraphs are formed in a different manner, but no mention of how to actually form them. Perhaps such information is regarded as too basic to bother explaining or too simple to appear in any of my searches? Of the limited sample code I have found, most rely on sections to form the boundaries between paragraphs. I have learned of the
\crlf command, but this appears more as equal to
\\, but I am unclear if it is meant to designate the end and beginning of a new paragraph.
How are paragraphs defined in ConTeXt?