The problem comes when I try to understand (multiple) continuous parentheses, for example:
Summary of text leading up to this: someone purpose to eliminate 13 majors about humanities since they are helpless for future jobs in society.
That reasoning might make sense if Stevens Point were a trade school, but it is, at least by title and claim, a university, and there is an argument to be made that because the claim is now without support at Stevens Point, the title should be removed.
(It is the last sentence in first paragraph of this essay)
I couldn't get the meaning of "because the claim is now without support at Stevens Point, the title should be removed. ", who supports what? In what condition the university title would be removed?
Meanwhile, I would like to know how to understand multiple continuous parentheses and other long complex sentence, as I usually get lost when read 3 or 4 of parentheses/clauses. Any suggestion about training?
BTW: How to do accurate search of parentheses grammar? Mostly the grammar about "()" jumps out when I google "parentheses".
Thanks for any suggestion!