Do you like spaghetti? No, I like to keep things decoupled.
When you are dealing with spaghetti code, trying to modify or extract a single object is frustratingly hard.
Low Coupling, High Cohesion is a programming principle that says that your classes should be coupled with other classes as little as possible but the cohesion inside your classes should be as high as possible.
Arguments also couple your method to the outside.
The more parameters your method has, the more coupled it is.