I am wondering if my sentence is ambiguous.
In addition to the three main arguments, there is a fourth argument that, although important, has not been widely cited.
The "three main arguments" are extensively discussed by experts in the field. But the fourth argument that I am making is poorly cited (meaning that only a few people have mentioned this in passing).
Does my sentence in any way imply or sound like this:
in addition to the three main not-widely-cited arguments, there is a fourth one ?
The reason I am having this feeling is because of "In addition to" — I feel this is perhaps making it sound like the three main arguments are also not widely cited.
Well, I think my reader would know what I mean because I have given lots of citations on the first three (and only one for the fourth). But I still wonder if my sentence is technically ambiguous or incorrect. On its own, is the sentence flawed?