Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Attrition in Argument

Attrition in Argument

Attrition never wins arguments. Can you truly win an argument through attrition? No. Attrition is the failure of having the ability to argue. Those who argue via attrition do not know how to address counter issues or even see any part of the issue from the other standpoint or point of view. Often those who argue with attrition accuse the other of weakness regarding opinion or stance without really taking the time for the initial understanding of the other side. This is because they have developed an ego that never allowed them to learn in school or in life. Those who argue via attrition are usually unjust and already know they have a lesser foundation but never human enough to admit it.

Blessed be those who think.
Thomas Paul Murphy

Copyright 2010 Thomas Paul Murphy

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