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ARGUMENT: Why do it
Arguing does not need to be stressful. If there’s one thing I want you to learn from this course, that would be it.
dialogue  arguing 
11 weeks ago by Walpole
Attachment Style Influences Adult Conflict Resolution
Baptist, J. A., Thompson, D. E., Norton, A. M., Hardy, N. R., Link, C. D. (2012). The effects of the intergenerational transmission of family emotional processes on conflict styles: The moderating role of attachment. American Journal of Family Therapy 40.1, 56-73.
security  anxiety  health  arguing  psychology 
september 2018 by phillmv
Knocking Down a Steel Man: How to Argue Better
"The beginning of thought is in disagreement - not only with others but also with ourselves." - Eric Hoffer You know when someone makes an argument, and you know you can get away with making it seem like they made a much worse one, so you attack that argument for points? That’s strawmanning. Lots of us…
arguing  discourse 
february 2018 by NorwegianRockCat
THUNK - 135. Aumann's Agreement Theorem & Arguing to Learn - YouTube
Aumann’s Agreement Theorem suggests that rational folk shouldn’t be able to continuously disagree...so why do we?

-Links for the Curious-

Agreeing to Disagree (Aumann, 1976) - http://www.ma.huji.ac.il/~raumann/pdf/Agreeing%20to%20Disagree.pdf
(You might be intimidated to read the original paper, but it’s only 5 pages long!)

Are Disagreements Honest? (Cowen & Hanson, 2004) - http://mason.gmu.edu/~rhanson/deceive.pdf
The Influence of Social Interaction on Intuitions of Objectivity and Subjectivity (Fisher et al, 2016) - http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/cogs.12380/full?wol1URL=/doi/10.1111/cogs.12380/full&regionCode=US-NY&identityKey=5df892a1-56cf-4803-9900-62e46db16887
Rationally Speaking, Episode 143 - Scott Aaronson on Aumann’s Agreement Theorem (AAT) & its Implications - http://rationallyspeakingpodcast.org/show/rs143-scott-aaronson-on-the-theorem-that-proves-rationalists.html
“Political Polarization in the American Public,” by the Pew Research Center - http://www.people-press.org/2014/06/12/political-polarization-in-the-american-public/

“Are Toxic Political Conversations Changing How We Feel about Objective Truth?” (Fisher et al, 2018) - https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/are-toxic-political-conversations-changing-how-we-feel-about-objective-truth/


Lesswrong’s entry on the AAT - https://wiki.lesswrong.com/wiki/Aumann%27s_agreement_theorem
starstarstarstarstar  arguing  bayes  bayesian 
january 2018 by radeor
Charles' Rules of Argument | Geek Feminism Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia
Entering into arguments is not necessarily good: they're tiring and you often don't convince anyone.

Arguments make people defensive. Do not expect your interlocutor to change their mind during the argument. They will only change it later if at all.

In groups, your argument is actually normally aimed at onlookers more than your interlocutor.

Once you have stated your position and corrected any factual misunderstandings, there is nothing further you can do. Anyone who still disagrees with you cannot be convinced by you arguing with them.
internet  arguing 
august 2017 by enne

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