The writer who writes to get his reader to agree with him is a child-writer; an under-developed mind. I don’t want you to agree with my propositions. I want you to see what I see – or at least what I am trying to see. Maybe you can help.
If you see what I see or see it better than I see it, then we can talk about agreeing or disagreeing. Until then, who cares whether we agree? We aren’t talking about the same thing.