2 comments on “Schwenger’s Law of Arguments

  1. your law seems valid if and only if both the people arguing are of equal persuasive power .

    “The inception of an argument, at its core, is when somebody else says something that you disagree with”

    Well half of our arguments are me or Keith playing the devil’s advocate so this hypothesis is not valid in all cases.

    • Fair points. Maybe it would be better phrased by saying
      “The inception of an argument, at its core, is when somebody else says something that you disagree with or believe to be inaccurate”

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