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Things I will not accept in an argument posted 30 May 2005 in Philosophy DiscussionThings I will not accept in an argument by Kidruhil Lancer, Auditor

I'd have to agree with what a few others said.

Especially about taking things too personally. It really bugs me when I try to discuss something with a person and they either, A: Think that I'm trying to argue with them, or B: assume I'm saying that they're wrong.

Another thing that bugs me.. When people try to repeat the crap they've heard before about a certain topic. As a christian, I hear this alot. Alot of people seem to want to take a stereo-typical stance on christianity. ... that we're bigots who hate homosexual's is usually the most common stereo-type. Or people that try to argue about christianity without knowing all the facts. ( Either they haven't read the Bible, or they've read and mis-understood. ) view post


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