What is the difference between persuasion and logical argument? When does either turn into a fight? What is the best way to get out of an uncomfortable exchange of opinion?
The difference of what can be the influence of an idea using sources, experience or the art of just bing a convincing liar with goals of comiting a crime is what a person does in order to get the upper of hand of someone. The art of persuasion is a skillful attribute that some people have. A car sales men, door to door salisator of sign up, sales or propaganda understanding many key points to persay people to give them what they want. Not far from that are scientist whom are trying to convince an entire world that the world is heating up.
Logical argument deals with facts, constant norms and and psychological and physiological attributes that are constant and truthful.
In both terms any kind of physical altercation can acured. Wars, civil unrest and genoicide have accured when misunderstanding hatered of cultural beliefs are missed understood.
In both terms any kind of physical altercation can occur. Wars, civil unrest, and genoicide have occured when misunderstanding hatered of cultural beliefs are missed understood.
World leaders and their internal agencies have assasanated presidents, high ranking governmental officials to their dogs have been killed in order to make a point wrong or right.
The art of the con (convincing artest) is as old as one person wanted the others persons wealth.
Of course the art of persuasion or logical argument also fills the appetite of ones ego
An argument explains what someone believes, while persuasion attempts to change someone else's opinion. n addition to understanding how your audience feels about the topic you are addressing, you will need to take steps to help them see you as credible and interesting. It turns into a fight is you or your opponent(s) are starting to feel threatened. Your heart rate goes up, your face may turn red, and your breathing becomes more shallow.
The best way to get out of uncomfortable exchange of opinion is to focus on something physical to regain perspective. By doing so it brings focus to the physical self to stay calm. Do your favorite breathing technique. As you already know by taking a few deep breaths can help you stay in your body and stay out of beast mode.
To begin with persuasion is trying to change someone's opinions, thoughts, or beliefs. For example in religion, we see many people trying to convince others to join the region someone posses. In fact these type of persons must have some type of realistic evidence, facts, or logical on their background in order to be trustworthy. In the other hand logical argumentation can be based on what others believe, judge without facts shown. As fallacies can be found on logical argumentation. Therefore, logic arguments can be true or cannot be real at all.
The way I see it there are many ways to look at it. They can be the same or completely different. Because honestly in both we are trying to convince someone of something. They just go about it different ways. For example logic can not be swayed by emotion but rather facts while persuading can be done with both.
On the presentation that Diana gave out on Tuesday, she defined that persuasion is something that one believes in something and is trying to get an argument by using fallacies and other opinions. A persuasive argument can be about two sides with opposite opinions that can get to the offensive towards each other and against one core values. She also defined a logical argument where it is facts that are proven to be true or false with a providing source. I agree with Diana presentation because not only did she explains how logical argument is the best way to get out an uncomfortable exchange of opinions because there are facts to back things up as well as avoiding fallacies.
The difference between persuasion and logical arguments is when using persuasion, you are convincing others to change or think alike using false facts or little information. As gullible humans are and easily persuade, we are known to listen to others opinions without asking logical conclusions. We are are greatly influenced when someone is excellent in wording their sentences, talking loudly, and being clear. We just need to be careful on who has logic reasons and who doesn't.