The main risk of conversation is making human contact.
Oliver “Shiny” Blakemore

Perhaps the main risk of contact is the unknown.

When you write, you get to call the shots. Aristotle wrote conversations, really one sided plays. In his conversations, he matched straw-men against weak arguments. The straw-men fell every time. Those lacking critical thinking are ensnared by his eloquence, unable to see through his logical flaws.

When you are matched up face to face your logic may fall to superior arguments.

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