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Q: Explain the perceptual blocks and habits that hinder your thinking when looking at the opposing view and defending your own view
A: The key habit that is hindering thinking when looking at the opposing view and defending your own is that you do not look from the perspective of the other view and see what weak, or strong points, it may have. [ [ [ This is one-sided thinking, which hinders argumentation, since a good argument is able to recognize the opposing argument for what it is, while at the same time being able to
dismantle it. ] ] ]
Expert answered|beckdg|Points 10|
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