When we say “for one” in a sentence, what does it mean?
I heard a sentence in a TV program where Robin Hood said:
Who will bear this injustice? I, for one, will not.
As I understand it, “I for one” means "at least I will not" or "even if others do I will not".
Does “for one” have the same figurative meaning in all the sentences in which it is used. I found that "for one" when used with "I" has different meaning than that it does have when not used with "I", e.g. here it is used as "for one thing".