Comparison of Viewpoints

When comparing two viewpoints, try to analyze what the goal of each viewpoint is. Understand every aspect of each viewpoint. Once you fully understand the viewpoint, try to think of some pros and cons for the viewpoint. Once you have analyzed and drafted some pros and cons for each viewpoint, you can start to compare them. Determine which benefit is worth the cost and decide on which viewpoint you can agree to.


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