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Dec 2, 2006 by JOE GANDELMAN, Editor-In-Chief
Is it used too much, too hapazardly and too inaccurately? The ever-thoughtful Cathy Young looks at the issue here.
What do you think?
We use different language for different audiences.
It depends on whether I want to inflame an audience or persuade them.
It seems to me that the language of persuasion is more tame so that I can get passed emotional resistance to interact with reason.
I enjoy the posters and commenters here who are more interested in engaging in reason than emotional ping pong.
I’m sticking with Godwin.
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