Four ways to help us persuade others

The other day, I wrote an article about not trying to sneer people into the kingdom. The argument wasn’t exclusive, by any means, to our

But it worked out for me!

I have noticed a a tendency to argue in line with the title of this post quite a lot. Let me give you some examples

Sneering them into the kingdom

I saw this really interesting article by Giles Fraser in Unherd recently. The title of the article is ‘sneering scientists won’t win over anti-vaxxers.’ The

A view of tolerance that is logically incoherent

I have not been too well this week, so haven’t been up to writing too much. I’ve been pressing on with other bits of work

Not suitable for children?

A long time ago now, I remember somebody making a point about worldly attitudes among believers. It was a valid enough general point of itself,

Why I loathe the false dichotomy of win the person or win the argument

I’m sure you’ve found yourself in a discussion and, at some point, somebody throws out the line, ‘you’re more concerned about winning the argument.’ It

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