right then

Ssarah

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Persian
Hello,

this is a sentence from the book, Philosophy in the Classroom:

"A teacher of philosophy may pause over a certain student's comment, pursue it, while judging that the next student's comment should be allowed to stand on its own merits without further examination, because right then further analysis might be counter-productive."

what does "right then" mean here?

Thanks
 
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