ADI
ADI
STUDENT NOTES

ADI ;AGREEMENT DISAGREEMENT IRRELEVANT

It is wrong to suppose that in an argument the two sides disagree about everything.

There is usually disagreement on some points and agreement on others.

There may also be points which are so irrelevant that agreement or disagreement does not matter.

It is worth making a deliberate effort to find out the points of agreement, disagreement and irrelevance by doing an ADI.

A - AGREEMENT (points on which the two sides agree)

D - DISAGREEMENT (points on which the two sides disagree)

I - IRRELEVANT (points which are irrelevant and do not matter)

To do

 


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