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All disagreements come from poorly formed arguments
Sometimes it's impossible to get through to someone, no matter how well thought out your argument is. This is usually the case with Religious fanatics, who are beyond reason.
Even if you formed the perfectly written argument without any fallacies, people can choose to ignore it and further disagree with you. It's not reasonable, but still happens.
People's pride also leads to disagreements. Many people just can't handle being wrong ,and choose to ignore or not accept any arguments contrary to their beliefs
You need to define "poorly formed argument". Do you mean fallacies, or do you mean statements that people simply misunderstand?
A lot of disagreements are based on having different preferences, which are usually based on experiences and emotions rather than pure logics.
If an argument contains a detailed description of every term, its boundaries and usage within this context then the argument is self-sustained. Disagreement would focus on if the wording is correct and how close it is to the original intention of the author unless it contains a logical fallacy.
The argument is too complex. You can switch to list view.
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