Responding to ideas: I agree, I don’t agree, I have mixed feelings

agreeAgree is a verb. He agrees with you.  He doesn’t agree with you, or he disagrees with you.

Agreement is a noun. He is in agreement with you. He isn’t in agreement with you.

When you are not sure about something, this may mean you can see both sides of the idea and you have mixed feelings. For example: Do you agree with the following statement: ‘I think therefore I am.’ René Descartes, Philosopher

Well,  I have mixed feelings about that, on the one hand, yes, I agree: I think, therefore I must BE. However, on the other hand, no, I disagree, an apple doesn’t think, but it must BE.

Ok Janette, is that right? Think, think, think, apple, apple, apple. Is it an IT? Yes, it’s a fruit. Now, does it think? Mmm, I don’t think so. So, is it an IT? Well, yes, I think so.  However, on the other hand maybe it isn’t, because can this statement be right? ‘I think therefore I am, and, I don’t think, and therefore I am.’  OMG, help me, I’m seriously intellectually challenged at this moment!  Do I agree or do I disagree? Comments welcomed!

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