A persuasion argument is like water at room temperature, in the way that it can be manipulated to take the shape of its container. Each person can have and shape their own opinions on the same topic. A persuasion argument can turn into a fight when the parties participating in the discussion choose not to listen, acknowledge, understand, and take into consideration the opposing opinions. Fallacies may also contribute to fights between both persuasion and logical arguments. A logical argument is like a rock, once formed rocks cannot be manipulated to take a different form. Facts and logic cannot be manipulated by opinions to represent different data.
The best way to get out of an uncomfortable exchange in opinion is to agree to disagree. Discussions about anything should never be taken seriously. We all live our lives as different stories based on our perspectives, and because of that we all live different truths and beliefs. What might be true for one person might not be true for someone else.
People are always trying to persuade each other. Sometimes people will use lots of money, food and clothes to convince others to participate in a survey or charitable event. Doctors can persuade you to stop eating certain foods because they are unhealthy. Trying to get your friend to watch your favorite movie/show or agree with your politics are other examples of persuasive arguments.
When you make a persuasive argument you take a side and explain why your opinion is right. You should also emphasize why your opponent is wrong why they should submit to your thinking. I also think that you don't have to know everything about a social issue to start an argument. Emotions can be used to sway someone's opinion on abortion or justify the removal of "dictators" in other countries. However, I suggest the reader avoid using emotion in any serious argument.
On the other hand, I believe logical arguments are rooted in fact and use data to support their claim. They are always true.
When stuck in an uncomfortable exchange of opinion I would make the opponent the topic of our conversation. I'd say something mean about his hair or height. If we were politicians running for Congress I would call my opponent a hypocrite if he/she expresses support for a bill they now oppose, vice-versa.
...expresses support for a bill they once opposed*
In both cases Persuasion and Logical argument involve two or more parties with different opinions using evidence to support each of their claims. The main difference between each is mainly intent. Persuasion means to convince the other party to abandon their current disposition on the topic and agree with your stance. An Argument effectively uses the same technique while at the same time employs evidence from both sides actively trying not to convince each other but rather an audience or separate party that their stance is the better of the two.
Persuasion is when you try to convince someone to have the same opinion as you using emotion as to a logical argument where you use facts to prove your opinion. It turns into a fight when one person stops respecting the other person's opinion and just doesn't want to hear what the other person has to say. The best way to get out of an uncomfortable situation is to simply walk away.
In my opinion, the difference is that persuasion tries to change the mind of one person and logical argument is based on information to support an argument. It can turn into a fight when people does not use persuasion in a argument. Facts and make up the information are needed to influence the overcome in a argument, but sometimes it is not enough because there are stubborn people. So, there will be a time where we have to give the reason the other person to avoid a rough argument and a fight. Just we do not have to permit it to affect us.
In my opinion persuasion is when you are trying to convince the other person of your views with your opinion or facts. The key word here is tries because they are not trying to force anything just having a discussion and sharing their ideas and thoughts. An argument is more when a person is not open to any other ideas other than his/hers.The person then imposes his/her beliefs not giving the person a choice to decide for themselves. Discussions can turn into fights when they start offending and imposing the other person. The best way to get out of a fight is as soon as you see that the discussion is not going anywhere then just leave respectfully to avoid the situation from escalating.
In my perspective I believe a an argument uses logical reasononing and comparisons to prove a point by using facts. In the case of persuasion you tend to use emotions rather than using reasoning and try to change the persons mind. I believe both can lead into fights or heated exchanges in there own ways. The best way to do when you are in a heated argument is to say there right and walk away.
In the opinion of the author of this comment, the difference between a persuasion and logical argument is, a persuasion argument is trying to explain his believe or thought and making the other person, the listener, agreeing what they have explaining to them and to agree with them. As in a logical argument, there is no making someone else make them believe what the other is trying to say. Logical is being understood in a reasoning. More then another by a stretch logical is an argument leading towards a fight if a person does not have the ability to stay calm in an argument. A persons feelings may get hurt or upset when some one is trying to persuade a person in changing their opinion on the belief they already have on a subject.
In my opinion the best way to get out of a heating argument is to accept the persons opinion on what they are trying to get across your mind and appreciate them for having a talk with you even though they're wrong and you know your opinion is correct. Every body is different from each other in many ways and by having different opinions is what makes us all different from each other. Being open minded to every ones opinion and reflecting your thoughts with the others. Notice where there's an agreement and non-agreement between you and others.
Persuasion is the act of convincing someone to do or believe something, while a logical argument is a process of creating a new statement from one or more existing statements. They both turn into a fight when someone has a different opinion. You can persuade someone all you want but there are some people who are either stubborn or right in their own way and still won’t agree with you whether it’s a true or false statement. The best way to get out of an argument is to tell the person you understand why they choose to see it the way they do and they should also consider seeing your side of things and just end it there.
There is a huge difference between theses two terms . Well persuasion is the action or fact of persuading someone or of being persuaded to do or believe something. Then you have the other concept which is logical argument. A deductive argument that holds the truth of the conclusion, logical consequences of the premises. In other words, if the premises are true, then the conclusion must be true. These two terms can lead to unwelcoming scenarios. When individuals are being persuade they are being lead to believe an event, action, and etc. It is an opening to changing individuals point of views. In the other hand, logical argument concludes of facts and ends with facts. When theses two terms are mixed into together and are mislead they can turn into a argument. The best way to get out of an uncomfortable exchange of opinion is... there are many ways individuals will try to exit an uncomfortable situation. Such as, leaving the scenario, not agreeing, or even agreeing. We all function differently and that means we don't have to agree with other party's that will eventually try to pursued what can be convenient to them or party. It is important to just take in consideration that we are all perceive the world differently, so that means that these terms can always crash conflict in between each other.
Persuasion is easy, logical argument is hard, here's why. To persuade someone is to understand their opinion and feelings and use that knowledge to your advantage to draw them to your side or in the case of inadequate foresight to your opponent's standing using basic pathos ethos argument to rule in favor of your side. Propaganda uses this, as do politicians when they try to make people see things without logic(i.e. military recruitment with patriotism). On the other hand logic argument is less likely to occur in normal conversation and requires research and data to prove ones point. The difficulty in this is that there are many professional perspectives and charts, facts, and figures that people draw from and all it takes is two clashing to incite questionable origins to the initial argument. Basically what's the point of having a logical argument when there is so little black and white points to make in this world. On the point of either forms of debate concluding in a physical fight, that is a question of conflict and resolution. Some people choose to resolve conflicting opinion with their fists. Those that lead persuasive arguments probably rely on this form more often. However I do not have any logical data to back this claim. See how difficult that is? In the case of avoiding any uncomfortable exchanges of opinion, I say don't. I enjoy arguing in the case of having a civil conversation. If it escalates into violence or shouting then run. People have every right to shout their opinion but you have every right to run from their crazy ass.
Persuasion and argument are two different concepts in english. A argument is a discussion in which two or more people disagree on something. It explains what someone believes while persuasion attempts to change someones else's opinion. They both can cause a fight any time, when a opinion is not respected. The best way to get out of an uncomfortable exchange is to let it go and walk away.
The difference between persuasion and logical argument, is that persuadion is opinion based and uses rhetoric. On the contrary, logical argument and based on factual evidence to support one’s claim. Between the two, a fight usually occurs moreso when dealing with a persuasion based argument, because people are generally very passionate about their opinions. However, when one’s opinion is met with opposition, the majority of people have a tendency to take offence to their feelings being opposed. When a logical argument turns into a fight, it is moreso on the basis of one person feelings that the facts they are arguin, hold more weight and are more relevant than the opposition’s, leading them to try to overpower one another. The best way to get out of an uncomfortable exchange of opinion is to divert to another topic or make light of the situation.
A difference between persuasion and a logical argument is that persuasion is a person trying to use evidence to have someone believe a certain belief. Argument is someone debating with someone else that their belief is right or that the other is wrong.
The basic comparison between a persuasion and a logical argument is that an argument takes one step back from a persuasion and applies a certain difference than a persuasion. An argument can be a debate while persuasion is more of a one sided argument itself. It is hard to tell whether if any of them turn into a fight because it depends on the people themselves rather than a matter of what it is. An argument is a little easier to lead to a fight than persuasion. The best way to get out of an uncomfortable exchange of opinion is to simply stop talking about it and to not bring it up in the future. An example would be a difference in political beliefs. A friendship can be perfect but a difference in minor opinions can tear up that friendship
in my personal opinion non of them are correct because doing the right thing is very important in our moral and social life it's an everyday routine and doing thing right it's a must for example if u where a doctor and if your not doing thing right and u give a patient a prescription and u give him a wrong antibiotics and he gets sick just because ur not doing thing right you could kill a patient for your action both of this have its consequence.