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  1. It depends on who to prove it to.

    If you need to convince a person one-on-one, then build a powerful argument and put pressure on emotions. Preferably on negative images. You can talk about a phantom acquaintance. He did the same as the opponent, and now he was sold into slavery.

    If you need to convince your audience, it's even easier. Again, emotions, but you can use logical errors.

    Substitution of the thesis, target – you can simply rephrase the question.

    Texas Sniper-it turned out the way I wanted (even if it's a lie)

    If not that, then this – when refuting the statements of your opponents, you are automatically right, even if there are more than 2 points of view.

    And your mother, too! – a simple insult, does not carry information, but will confirm your position in the dispute.

    There are still a lot of logical errors, these are the main ones. They are noticed by few, so we need to shut up these smart guys so that they do not tell everyone.

    Naturally, they are applied according to the situation and there is no algorithm to win the argument.

  2. In reality, correctness is determined by the fact that your opinion leads to the desired result. If the result is not important, but you just need to prove that you are right, you need to build an unbreakable logic of your statement. Powerful argumentation. And it is important, at the moment of communication, not to fall into emotions, to remain cold.

    This will work until you find someone who knows more logic than you do.)))

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