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Henighan gives a good example of how easily we can be enamored with arguments rather than persuaded by them. I recall with some embarrassment my pleasure when I first discovered Noam Chomsky, and found it so easy to adopt his point of view on every subject; I was surrounded by other enamorites for whom it was enough that Chomsky said it. I was similiarly enamored with the opinions of my Uncle, who always argued with my Dad. Everything he said was gold.

Kent Suss more than 1 year ago

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