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Whataboutism: what it is and why it's such a popular tactic in arguments

By Benjamin Curtis, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy and Ethics, Nottingham Trent University
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As strategies go, whataboutism is more attack than debate. Using it isn’t about reasoned argument but winning a fight, no matter the cost to truth.The Conversation

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