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How do you get someone to change their mind about something?
When I’ve had long conversations about abortion, I have often gone through a process of figuring out any possible creative way to communicate my idea or argument in a way that the other person might actually receive. I have found that forcing someone to argue against their own unfair arguments is the most efficient way to help someone realize that their arguments are actually unfair.
I provide four examples of unfair pro-choice rhetoric, and the ways I turn the tables.
- Timothy Brahm: Sometimes It’s Not about the Argument
- Timothy Brahm: Bodily Rights Arguments Necessitate Extremism
- Timothy Brahm: Learning to Allow Space for the Thinking Pause
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