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I'm the sole author of a paper and in my introduction I've written:
We are able to talk about... Doing so we manage to capture ... We accomplish this by embedding...
and I'm wondering whether it's correct to talk about myself in the plural like that, similar to the way that mathematicians tend to write when talking about some mathematical fact or proof. If not do I just write things like "I am able to talk about"? Because that just sounds odd.