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    Re: Political debate: Is it possible to concede a point in a debate...

    Of course. I've done so more than once.

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    Re: Political debate: Is it possible to concede a point in a debate...

    Quote Originally Posted by radcen View Post
    Political debate: Is it possible to concede a point in a debate without conceding your entire point-of-view?

    This one is a pretty straight forward question with only a 'yes' or 'no' answer possible..
    I've conceded a lot. When I was originally in politics, I was a democratic socialist. Now, I'm a Russell Kirk conservative.

    You just have to find a framework that makes sense. If someone points out you have a screw loose, then it depends on the screw. Sometimes, you tighten it up. Other times, you change a panel. Other times, you change the chassis.

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