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Is saying we "have to" a weasel word argument?

Asked by: MasturDbtor
  • Have to is not sufficient argument

    When giving an argument for having to complete a task or assignment, the words "have to" are not sufficient. There is always a reason that could be given for doing a task. It could even be that it is the way the boss wants it completed, or you believe that it will benefit the customer. Have To is not adaquate enough.

  • No, I do not think so.

    Saying "have to" does not feel like a weasel word argument. It stresses the persons belief on the subject which is fine, without actually forcing someone into thinking their way. It lays importance on a subject, but it seems like a normal way of talking than a weasel word type of argument.


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