It’s one thing to form an argument that makes no sense outright. It’s a whole other one to form an argument and then find that it just isn’t sound over time.
The art of contradiction is a funny one, to say the least.
I do it all the time, but not because my argument isn’t sound. Or at least not because I realize it isn’t sound initially.
For those who say “be nice”, it’s because of a lack of information.
I’m not one to continue an argument when I know what I’m saying doesn’t make sense. It’s a waste of time and doesn’t make sense.
Now, why do I say this?
I say this because of the pointlessness of obstinance.
What is the reason for holding fast in a belief when you know that it’s wrong?
I understand that it’s important to hold fast in what you believe in but, what’s the point when all of your senses are telling you something.
If it sounds like a good idea, feels like a good idea, and makes sense logically, what’s the point of saying otherwise? It’s a good idea.
What would give you a reason to believe otherwise?
Unless you have experienced the idea before and know it to be a bad one, I say go for it.
That’s just my 2 cents though.