The definition of disagree is: To disagree with someone/something.
Do we actually disagree with someone or with their thinking?
I say the latter.
Do we actually object with someone or to their behavior?
I say the latter, also.
So, can we agree with this that:
“I disagree with your thinking and object to the behavior it advocates”
Why is this important?
Because, in these times of polarized views and we tend to take disagreements personally,
I am advocating that we use this thinking and phrase to help us separate the person from their thinking and their behavior.
That is, it is just a reminder for us to tackle the thinking and the behavior and NOT the person.