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To counter an argument is to attack it by identifying flaws in its premises or logic. Any attack which does neither of these things is not a legitimate counterargument because it does not address the content.

Word Forms

  • counter
    • (noun): a counterargument
    • (verb): the act of formulating a counterargument
  • counterargument (n): an argument that identifies logical flaws in another argument