Month: January 2018

Arrogance and the Space of Reasons

Posted on 29 January 2018 by Michael P. Lynch

  A democracy is more than a form of government; it is primarily a mode of associated living, of conjoining communicated experience. —John Dewey[1]   One of the truly baffling things about the Trump era in the United States is that just when you think our political life could not become any more fractured, it
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How to Find Wisdom in a Divided Society

Posted on 1 January 2018 by Alex Huynh

It is not a debate that political division in the U.S., UK and many other European countries is at an all-time high. In the U.S., disagreement on the topics of race, national security, and environmental regulations—just to name a few—have increased during the Obama administration, and have continued to grow to record levels during President Trump’s
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