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Old proverb expressing the idea that convincing another person is best done by appealing to the interests of that person and not with reasoning skill or abstract motivations. Benjamin Franklin expressed it in a more concise form in the 1734 Poor Richard's Almanac: "Would you persuade, speak of Interest, not of Reason"

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