There is more difference between agitation and non violence than between contradiction and confusio

anonymous
August 21, 2018, 12:08 pm

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The debate "There is more difference between agitation and non violence than between contradiction and confusio" was started by an anonymous person on August 21, 2018, 12:08 pm. 18 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 6 people are on the disagree side. People are starting to choose their side. It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.

WhiteCaller posted 5 arguments, SaffronSHAM3 posted 1 argument to the agreers part.


SaffronSHAM3, SilentArg, TheCommunist, SacredFire, WhiteCaller, sanghi12 and 12 visitors agree.
jahnvi and 5 visitors disagree.

Nemiroff
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sorry, not sure how to vote here :p

3 months ago

So nemiroff u r saying that there is more difference between agitation and non violence, right?

3 months ago

Yeah thats also true

3 months ago

But nemiroff arent some words that exist together called oxymorons

3 months ago

one can say a contradiction out of confusion, or be intentionally lying with no confusion

3 months ago

I am arguing about it with my friend. Can u plz tell me which comparison is more apart

3 months ago

I forgot his name, but the gay, alt right, free speech, troll was a nonviolent agitator. so the 2 words can exist together. how can one measure the difference?

3 months ago

Are agitation and non violence more opposite to each other, or
Is contradiction more opposite to confusion

3 months ago
Nemiroff
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but none of the variables seem related to each other. unless you have a specific situation in mind.

how does one measure the difference between confusion and contradiction?

3 months ago

Its a comparison between a comparison

3 months ago

I don't understand the comparison

3 months ago
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