In our lives, there are times to make peace, to make love, to make amends, to make money, to make tracks, and to do many other things. There is also a time to make war. Making war in the form of making a systematic, reasoned argument that A is better than B, in a situation in which other reasonable people can, and should, argue that B is better than A, is not for everyone. But for those of us who, in at least part of our lives, are politicians, lawyers, normative philosophers, or other types of advocate, it is our duty.
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