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<blockquote>If all we want is to feel self-righteous, and right, that’s fine. It is indeed good to know who the enemy is. But it’s also good to change the enemy’s mind, where possible, and it’s good to discover that someone you thought of as an enemy is actually simply a confused friend. Let’s be wary of making the latter two sorts of interaction impossible.</blockquote>
I agree with that, but there's also the possibility that you might change your own mind by arguing with the 'confused friends'/'enemies'. Debating and discussing isn't only about changing other people's minds, but seeking good reasons to change your own mind.
9 months, 1 week ago on Being Right Doesn’t Guarantee That You’re Not Wrong – By Jacques Rousseau