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Although I think Aradnix is absolutely right with what he's saying at a conceptional level (you shouldn't use what you are asking for), I'll give you another possibility of realizing it. I extended skpblack's answer and appended his \ind to \section, so don't have to call it manually. I used Werner's answer from How to append code to a section? to do this. ...


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Background Well, in the usual typographic practice is common to distinguish between classic paragraph: one that uses indentation (usually) as a mark of distinction between one and other. And the modern paragraph: one that dispenses with indents and instead distinguishes paragraphs with a blank line between them. Of course, there are other types of ...


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As you want to indent only the beginning of the section, I think it's easier to do it manually (since it is not at all paragraph), so I created a new command \ind (like \indent but it works with \oldparindent) for it and to copy the definitions of parskip.sty saving \parindent (in \oldparindent) before of change it. Here my code \documentclass[a4paper, ...



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