Here’s our How to Have Impossible Conversations video OpEd for the New York Times.
The 2020 election is looming, and things are going to get heated. Upgrade your argument game. Here are 3 simple techniques to disagree better, from the authors of “How to Have Impossible Conversations,” and .
It's election/arguing season. Here's a few simple techniques to help your disagreements be productive, from the authors of “How to Have Impossible Conversations,” and .
It's tough to have meaningful conversations with people we disagree with. Here's some advice from an expert.
. has been targeted by antifa & their intersectional allies in Portland. The no-nonsense professor has a new book out this week. I recommend you read it; the other side sure doesn’t want you to.
Having civil disagreements may seem impossible. But it isn’t. It’s vital that we learn how to disagree thoughtfully, say the authors of “How to Have Impossible Conversations,” and . Tip 1: Measure your differences
NYT Video OpEd from Peter Boghossian of the Grievance Studies affair
Boghossian and Lindsay on how to disagree
You can disagree better. You can learn to have impossible conversations.
This election season will spark many arguments. Here are three techniques to argue better, brought to you by and .
Tip No. 3 for a thoughtful disagreement: Know what you know (and what you don't!)
Sometimes, certain techniques can make an impossible conversation possible. Here are 3 simple tips, from the authors of “How to Have Impossible Conversations,” and
It's tough to have meaningful conversations during a disagreement. But sometimes, certain techniques can make an impossible conversation possible.
Opinion | You Can Disagree Better
Some tips on having productive conversations with people you disagree with from: ➡️Break away from all-or-nothing thinking ➡️Consider evidence that might change your mind ➡️Admit what you don't know @nytimes
“America has never been so connected, and divided.” Terrific short video from my friend , who has co-authored with (my friend) the timely and important book, “How To Have Impossible Conversations.”
Great little video by . We need these techniques for polite disagreement in the UK just as much as in the US. Indeed, the whole world seems a lot more polarised since social media took over.
New from Peter Boghossian!