An argument is an act of persuading with someone about something to present the evidences to accept the conclusion. It doesn’t mean to quarrel. In argument, each person tries to convince that their views are correct. The argument may also turn into the physical fight as well. It is not considered so much logical.
Discussion is the act of talking about something in which people exchange their ideas and opinions. Discussion is an exchange of information which comes from an open mind as well as throws a light. A discussion is a lesson of topic. A discussion tries to prove what is right.
|Definition (www.oxforddictionaries.com)||An exchange of diverging or opposite views, typically a heated or angry one.||The action or process of talking about something, typically in order to reach a decision or to exchange ideas.|
|Objectives/Purpose||The main function of an argument is to give people knowledge of that argument’s final conclusion.|
|Synonyms||Disagreement, exchange, squabble, quarrel and controversy||Wrangling, examination, conversation, conference and analysis|
|Types||Its types are:
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|Word origin||It was originated from the Middle English: via Old French from Latin argumentum.||It was originated from the Middle English: via Old French from late Latin discussion (-n).|
|Exchange||An argument is an exchange of ignorance.||Discussion is an exchange of knowledge.|
|Throws||An argument throws heat.||A discussion throws light.|
|Comes from||An argument comes from ego and a closed mind.||Discussion comes from an open mind.|
|Expression||An argument is an expression of temper.||A discussion is a lesson of logic.|
|Tries to prove||An argument tries to prove who is right.||A discussion tries to prove what is right.|
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