Arguments and the Ubiquitous Lack of Nuance

Written by: Matthew Turco | Posted on:

Recently, I find myself observing an awful lot of people engaging in very complex arguments and doing so with an alarming lack of nuance. While I don’t agree with every example in this article, it is well worth reading.

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