What is the difference between Arguing, and making an Argument?
(1)argument: the act or process of arguing, reasoning, or discussing.
(2)arguing for the sake of argument. arguing simply to be difficult or contrary.
Generally speaking people who are arguing are "emotionally invested" while someone making an argument may be completely neutral, detached, and analytical.
One example might be someone on a debate team who has been chosen to be in favor of something they personally may disagree with. Generally speaking one can find pros and cons in most scenarios. There are also those people who enjoy playing "devil's advocate" just to get a rise out of others.
Last but not least are those who seek out others to argue and fight with because they enjoy being in battle.
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