Don't argue about belief, argue about arguments

by Seth Godin
The essence of a belief is that we own it, regardless of what's happening around us. If you can be easily swayed by data, then it's not much of a belief. On the other hand, the key to making a rational argument is that your assertions must be falsifiable. "I believe A because of B and C." If someone can show you that "C" isn't actually true, then it's not okay to persist in arguing "A".Read the full article