The 3 Elements of a Good Argument

Who would have thought there actually is a correct way to argue? In this video, Matt explains the three elements of a good argument: clear terms, true premises, and valid logic. These elements are so distinct and concise, it’s a wonder why people don’t use them in their everyday debates more often. Maybe you’re someone who tries to avoid arguments or debates because you think your thoughts on a matter are just your own opinion; but by using these three guidelines in logic, we can avoid that relativistic pitfall and gain more confidence in what we have to say.

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