How can we be a good critic when facing people's rigid beliefs? I'm interested in how to attack (logically) their dogmatic beliefs to have a "good" influence on their minds, because if we just attack them, maybe they won't continue to listen to our reasons or won't think about them. I'm also interested in famous books (as reference) on this topic.
Maybe this is rather a popular question in different fields, but I face it in philosophy, in conversations with people with low knowledge (especially in conversations on religion and similar beliefs). In science for example I know I should say exact, true things with respect to the audience, knowing that the audience is logical and experts in their fields, but I don't know how I should talk with "normal" people, and so they always hesitate to talk with me.