But if I’m wrong, you haven’t yet provided a single argument as to _why_
Does the link cover what you mean by ‘We should’? I’ve looked through, but might have missed it?
It’s just that ‘We should’ are two of the most explosive words in the world, and you’ve put them together. I imagine most wars start with a ‘We should’.
Maybe I make a great fuss of what is just a term of phrase. It could be just a silly fear and missplaced awe I have for those words. But dread I do find in those few inky marks (well, pixelley marks).
It is simply a fact that “we should…” is not an argument.
If you had said ‘Those three people over there should…’, you’d probably find those three people would prickle at you telling them what do do
Why is that, if it’s not an argument your pitching to them?
argument, n.Pronunciation: /ˈɑːgjuːmənt/A connected series of statements or reasons intended to establish a position (and, hence, to refute the opposite); a process of reasoning; argumentation.