“If you wish to converse with me, define your terms.” – Voltaire

The basis of useful communication is the ability to agree upon the simplest building block of arguments – words. Many a discussion may have been cut short or avoided altogether by the agreement of a definition. But, alas, we live in a time that shuns truth, opting to muddy the waters and avoid useful conversations from happening altogether. You, however, don’t have to live in ambiguity and confusion. All the information you need for productive conversations is at your fingertips. So, read, and speak, freely.