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The Shrink and The Sage

Doth the lady protest too much?

Often beliefs and arguments are motivated by desires and interests that distort reasoning. But if that is indeed the case, the distortions should be made manifest by weaknesses in the argument. Address the argument, not the arguer, is a fundamental principle of rational debate.

FT Weekend Magazine column (2/3 November)


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