1. Go against the natural order.
2. Initiate change by causing conflict.
3. Promote unpopular opinions.
4. Always consider opposing perspectives.
5. Attack any logical gaps.
6. Look to learn rather than win.
7. Everyone is wrong.
8. Chaos can be controlled.
9. Solving problems creates greater good.
This outline I believe applies perfectly well to a little discussion I had with @skylights, since my idiotic jokes concerning rape can better expose the enormous evils problems like these present to us. The truth is, I have no freaking clue how much fear many women must go through in regards to this issue, but perhaps I can gain more complete perspectives as to what they're experiencing by drawing out their full feelings. And when every side of the problem have been properly factored, then it can be understood in all of its complexity, and completely annihilated for good!
You could of course though craft a "Devil's Advocate" argument that this approach by its very nature is in itself unethical, due to its manipulate style, which I've truly mastered the art of, as all of the amazing forum outrages that I've initiated indicate. But we can also see that it's generated seemingly endless spectra of ideas over time that I've archived in excruciating detail (see my signature in the "Omniversalism" section).