Most arguments go something like this...
"I think X!"
"X makes no sense. Y is the way."
"Y can't be the way because of Z."
"You're wrong and I dislike you as a person."
(That last line might only be relevant to me; I can't say for sure).
Anyway, point is: most arguments entail two parties making statements at each other, which rarely results in people changing their minds (a.k.a. resolution).
If you instead weave questions into your argument (e.g., "But what if you were in position X - would you still feel that way?"), the other party is far more likely to see flaws in their logic and adjust their perspective.
Go pick an argument with a stranger and give it a try! Just kidding...sort of.