Can you play devil's advocate? Are you able to take a position you disagree with for the sake of argument? Before you say, "of course!" I ask you to imagine one debate topic you are passionate about (ex: if you're pro2a, the topic is about allowing people to own/carry guns). Now, imagine taking a position of someone disagreeing with you. What would be your best argument? Was it easy for you to do it or do you find yourself arguing against it already as you make a counter position? :lol: I think this type of practice is healthy. Some people are just unwilling to see the others' side, even if just hypothetically. I believe that our own arguments become stronger when we are able to imagine and appreciate the arguments against it. Thoughts?