At multiple points in school I was taught about the several different ways to argue (meant literally, not in the sense of anger) with someone. These include logic, persuasion, convincing, and appealing to one’s emotions.
When you try to convince or persuade someone or appeal to their emotions, the arguments that we were taught to use, more so for the purposes of analysis and educational reasons than to actually promote any of the types of argument, were more socially engineered than factual. This is because trying to convince someone is not generally a good thing.
Instead you should give a person all the facts you can and suggest possible conclusions, and if you want to, promote the one you believe is true. If you do not allow someone yo come to a conclusion on their own having all the information necessary to do so accurately, then you are not respecting their freedom or their intelligence.
There are of course times when it is not practical to give someone all the information necessary, such as if there is not enough time. In such cases then obviously exceptions must be made, but this does not make factual arguments any less necessary or good.