I guess keeping your cool and not pointing your fingers must do..come to think of it..you just started another debate RGraf..
Be scholastic when it comes to debate. Do not make it about the people that are talking with but rather make it about the ideas that are being discussed. You need to disassociate yourself with the argument. With such seperation you can respectfully debate.
by Eric Dierker 6 years ago
Do you think Obama and Biden acted respectfully and professional during the debates?Where I come from facial antics and constant interruptions are rude and not respectful. It has bothered me so much that it is changing my vote. I can just see one them acting that way with a foreign President. And...
by Becki Rizzuti 15 months ago
Why do people resort to name-calling when making a political argument?I find this behavior highly offensive and have to stop myself from responding with the same tone of the original poster. I've always believed that people use name-calling as an argument when they cannot support their point of...
by Muhammad Rafiq 4 years ago
What ethics should a writer follow while writing an article?
by Vinaya Ghimire 7 years ago
What is your idea on religious tolerance?
by Phyllis Doyle Burns 4 years ago
What are the elements of a good debate?A debate can be a learning experience for all involved. Or, it can turn into a horrible session of anger and accusations, war of words, and hurtful criticism. What do you feel is needed for a successful debate?
by ptosis 2 years ago
I'm dismayed at the lack of reasonable discourse on HP 'answers' so I've decided to go with the forums in the hopes that I can get something here that I'm not getting on the 'answer' format.I like writing, which is why I'm here. I want the truth Scully. Nobody has a monopoly on it, that's why we...
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