The real problem with the 'both sides' argument

Words don't have meanings. They have usages, and as such, they cannot describe objective reality outside specific contexts. This means that instead of focusing on what words mean objectively, we should look at their common usages. Without doing this, we can't have useful conversations about social issues. 

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