Rogerian argument is one of the three types of arguments. The other two are Toulmin argument and the Classical argument, which are actually contradictory to the Rogerian theory. Rogerian argument is an argument where the both sides win because of the careful approach and persuasion. It is mainly useful in psychological arguments, rather than in logical or scientific arguments. Such an argument is supposed to lead to an appropriate solution by listening to and considering both the sides. And writing it can be a task in itself because it shouldn’t offend the reader or the audience. It should start with a common ground between the two and then should move on to explain the writer’s perspective. The views and opinions should be supported with proper reasoning as to why you’re saying that.