Disingenuous Doubt: It’s inauthentic to ask questions with no interest in answers. « 22 Words

by Nov 5, 2009Uncategorized0 comments

A little piece of wisdom I ran across some time ago:

If you ask questions but you reject answers, you’re not actually asking anything. You’re just festooning tired, old propositions with trendier punctuation.

[From Disingenuous Doubt: It’s inauthentic to ask questions with no interest in answers.]

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