Truth Navigation: Techniques for Discussions or Debates

Truth Navigation: Techniques for Discussions or Debates I do truth navigation, both inquiry questions as well as strategic facts in a tag team of debate and motivational teaching. My eclectic set of tools involves: *The Hammer of Truth: ontology, epistemology, and axiology *REMS: reason, evidence, and methodological skepticism *Utilizing Dignity: strategic dignity attacks or dignity enrichments *Dialectical Rhetoric = truth persuasion (motivational teaching) Asking the right questions at the right times with the right info can also change minds it’s just you can’t just use facts all on there own. Denial likes consistency, the pattern of thinking can not vary from a fixed standard of thinking, or the risk of truth could slip in. Helping people alter skewed thinking is indeed a large task but most definitely a worthy endeavor. The Ethics of Character in arguments or debates  I wish to not simply think one-sided but strive for truth, even if I may be the one wrong. I also always strive to not let anger or frustration become a potential for unkind or unethical behaviors: …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. *Don’t assume ask then strive to understand not just react *Don’t see them as an enemy they are a fellow learner *Don’t see it as win-lose it’s about teaching …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. *Utilize nice behavior *Utilize nice language *Utilize nice voice Dignity, in my thinking, involves/encompass a phenomenological/psychological-awareness/cognitive-realization and the emotional sensitivity of our sense of self or the emotional understanding about our sense of self. What we need to understand as well as acknowledge is how we should honour others who are fellow dignity beings and the realization of the value involved in that. As well...