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21 January

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Life has rules and only the foolish person refuses to follow these rules at all.

in this sentence, [at all] at the end of this sentence.
I don't know what it means

I can totally understand, if the sentence ends before [at all]

this sentence ends with [at all] makes me confuse.

I know [not at all or anything at all] but just at all without negative?

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