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Alegreya prevents nested \emph commands to behave as expected

I'm using Alegreya font with PDFLaTeX, and have noticed that the \emph command did not work anymore when nested. To be clearer, this code : \documentclass{book} \usepackage{Alegreya} \begin{document} ...
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\emph not working with TrueType font on XeLaTeX [duplicate]

I am using a font package on my computer as both "roman" and "sans" font in such a way that \setromanfont{Chaloult_Cond} \setsansfont{Chaloult_Cond} although it is a sans font. This makes great ...
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Fake bold in LuaLaTeX

I am sometimes using a font that has no boldface, so I am wondering whether or not there is a way to use some fakebold-feature in LuaLaTeX. The fontspec documentation explains a feature for XeLaTeX, ...
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Should I distinguish text that names a concept and text that is to be emphasized, on font?

In scientific writing, we often need to mention a term and emphasize a point. So far, I always try to distinguish these two typical cases on font, by using different series or styles, say, use slanted ...
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\emph or \textit

In the comments section of Does it matter if I use \textit or \it, I asked for a clarification of these points. The clarification has mostly been made, but it was requested that I turn this into a ...