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Violent Agreement  msg listID: 143

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Definition KA9Q - 9/22/2007 16:43
I'd define "violent agreement" as an argument where the participants don't realize they're in agreement, and so they continue to argue. This often happens when there are differences in terminology or approach, or when there are several ways to approach a problem that are equivalent, but not obviously so.



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