Type M Argument

This is a way to categorize argument put forth in the blogsphere, a Type C argument deals with the motives of the people involved in the discussion, either implicit or explicit. It does not deal with consequences. It is in direct contrast to a Type C argument.

See also Rathergate and Type C Argument.

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