I know it may not be very common, but I need to use it in its expanded form (i.e., do not and does not) for a formatting issue.
X does not see any logic in your reasoning.
X: is someone's name.
I'm aware that such cases are used to add stress and focus on the negation part like:
He is not going to change his mind as far as I can tell.
So, would it be correct to use it in that form (does not) and still be considered 'correct English'?