Comment: When you say "I don't agree

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When you say "I don't agree

When you say "I don't agree with that authority", you have identified it as such.

When you say "I will now fight against it", you validate it by offense, giving it a reason to defend itself.

However when you say, "The premise by which you are claiming authority is invalid because of these reasons: x, y, z" then you don't give it the benefit of it's existence.

When you say "I will not live according to your premise of authority" then you force it to either offend you or let you be.

Now it might attack you, but it is now putting you on the defensive, validating your existence and giving you a reason to defend yourself, which helps to validates your claim.