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It’s one thing to form an argument that makes no sense outright

It’s one thing to form an argument that makes no sense outright

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.

It’s because of ignorance.

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.

It’s sound.

That’s just my 2 cents though.

 

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jimmieperry

Take advantage of your time. Follow your plan. That's my motto. I'm an entrepreneur from birth who has tons of philosophical thoughts.

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