Politics are often considered an essential mechanism for avoiding governance by weaker individuals in our lives.

* the term weaker in this context is being used to describe someone, but also something, we cannot accept to bear witness of the same values, principles and moral practice we see as our ones.

It may be argued that conviction is akin to an ideological belief. Persuasion plays a role, informing an influencing model on those meant to utilise a collective virtue. One convinces and is convinced by others to adopt and trust in an ideal.

Architecture is a vital discipline for comprehending and analysing the mechanism of persuasion. It embodies the materiality of abstract ideologies and enables the existence of bodies in the political arena of interactions.

* Conviction: a firmly held belief or opinion vs Vocation: a strong feeling of suitability for a particular career or occupation. Weak: liable to break or give way under pressure; easily damaged vs Irrelevant; not connected with or relevant to something. (oxford dict.)

From this proposition, it can be argued that individuals strive to convince others to establish a closed relationship of power within a defined political system, be it local, regional or global. Objectivity in evaluating these convictions is crucial in attaining a logical and comprehensible structure. Clear, objective and value-neutral language that avoids emotive, biased and ornamental language should also be employed. Beliefs and persuasion act as lubricants in the process of invoking a conviction in others based on our pre-established convictions. Technical terms should be explained upon first use, and the writing should adhere to conventional academic structures and formats.

Use at your Discretion: the freedom to decide what should be done in a particular situation. (oxford dict.)