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Argument To Moderation

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Argument To Moderation

Argument to Moderation is an idea that when making decisions, we should avoid extremes and instead find a balance between two opposing beliefs. It helps us to recognize that there is often not one right answer, and that it is possible to find a solution that respects both sides. This is especially important in situations where people disagree, as it encourages us to think more deeply about the issue and come up with a compromise that works for everyone.

Agreement, Compromise, Balance, Resolution

Thomas Lee

Argument To Moderation

Argument To Moderation is a cognitive bias and logical fallacy that occurs when the moderated, or middle ground, position between two extremes is chosen, regardless of the validity of the argument for that particular position. The fallacy is based on the idea that a compromise between two extremes is inherently superior to either extreme, and that the compromise is necessarily the best solution to any problem. This fallacy is based on the assumption that the two extremes are equal in validity, which is not necessarily true. In practice, Argument To Moderation can lead to a lowest common denominator approach to solving problems, where the most basic and least effective solution is chosen instead of the most effective one.

Argument, Moderation, Cognitive Bias, Logical Fallacy.

Jessica Adams

CITATION : "Jessica Adams. 'Argument To Moderation.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 25, 2023)"

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