Many deep insights in this column on "the dying art of disagreement", by
Almost every great idea is a disagreement with another great idea. To disagree well, you must first understand well.
"To disagree well you must first understand well."
“To disagree well you must first understand well. You have to read deeply, listen carefully, watch closely.”
Read one article this week. This one. The Dying Art of Disagreement #edchat #CriticalThinking #HowToDisagree
"To disagree well you must first understand well."
"The Dying Art of Disagreement," or why Great Books are vital for, and identity politics deadly to, democracy
'to disagree well you must first understand well." The Dying Art of Disagreement
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Opinion: We are raising a younger generation who have never been taught either the how or the why of disagreement
This is at his best. Read him on the importance of disagreement in a liberal republic.
Must read from my friend and colleague The Dying Art of Disagreement via
Absolutely _essential_ reading for thinking liberals, conservatives, centrists, and others. Long, but worth it.
This. Is. So. Good. The Dying Art of Disagreement
Journalism is not just any other business, like trucking or food services, notes
"For free societies to function, the idea of open-mindedness can’t simply be a catchphrase or a dogma. It needs to be a personal habit, most of all when it comes to preserving an open mind toward those with whom we disagree." [email protected]
Our disagreements may hoarsen our voices, but they rarely sharpen our thinking, much less change our minds
I keep going back to read this article over & over. Disagreeing req. understanding The dying art of disagreement.
Great read. The Dying Art of Disagreement -
"To disagree well you must first understand well."
I think this article describes why you left SF
"to disagree well you must first understand well..grant your adversary moral respect" #MustRead
In support of a civil society. and are a couple of cool ways to do this. #civility
I don’t do must-reads. But this is a must-read: NYT’s Brett Stephen’s “The Dying Art of Disagreement.” Just read it.
Bret Stephens on the Dying Art of Disagreement. Worth the read.
'This is the age of protected feelings purchased at the cost of permanent infantilization.'
“to disagree well you must first understand well. You have to read deeply, listen carefully, watch closely.”
We at #uchicago must keep working to preserve The Dying Art of Disagreement, via
Thanks to for the link to this article. Lots of folks in #scicomm should read, as they are among the grossest violators. Yes, you.
‘The prerequisite of intelligent disagreement — listen up; pause and reconsider; and only then speak — is absent’
A good read: The Dying Art of Disagreement (although I disagree with his interpretation of identity politics)
"To disagree well you must first understand well."
Can we agree to disagree?  I hope so.
"My viewpoint is being suppressed" cries climate denialist from pages of NYT.
The Dying Art of Disagreement: fantastic essay by "to disagree well you must understand well" 1/
"[E]very great idea is really just a spectacular disagreement with some other great idea"
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Again is right about how we need to re-learn how to disagree: The Dying Art of Disagreement
The Dying Art of Disagreement (and the Losing of the American Mind) Excellent lecture by
Great article. In 1987, Allan Bloom, a philosophy professor at the University of Chicago, published a learned polemic about the state of higher education in the United States. It was called “The Closing of the American Mind.”
The Dying Art of Disagreement
The Dying Art of Disagreement
The dying art of friendly disagreement
"Every great idea is really just a spectacular disagreement with some other great idea"
"To disagree well you must first understand well."
This is a wonderful lecture by one of America's most gifted writers
"The Dying Art of Disagreement" by may be one of the most important speeches of our time.
Important read: The Dying Art of Disagreement, via
The dying art of disagreement
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"Disagreement...is the most vital ingredient of any decent society". No, it's not! Great read.
The Dying Art of Disagreement , grist for your mill.
"having chewed over the ideas of your intellectual opponent so thoroughly that you can properly spit them out"
Opinion | The Dying Art of Disagreement>>an interesting piece if you have time for a longer read
#innovation comes from disagreeing with status quo. And “to disagree well you must first understand well.”
This. This should be required reading for anyone engaged in Twitter diatribes
"To disagree well you must first understand well. You have to read deeply, listen carefully, watch closely. You need to grant your adversary moral respect; give him the intellectual benefit of doubt; have sympathy for his motives..."
” in other words, to disagree well you must first understand well.
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If I could give this speech a thousand likes, I would.
The Dying Art of Disagreement #1 piece of 2017. Gets at the foundation of a functioning democracy.
Free people must listen to & understand each other to productively disagree.
The Dying Art of Disagreement #FreeSpeech
The Dying Art of Disagreement via ...well written...critical factor in any democratic society
“To listen and understand; to question and disagree; to entertain unpopular ideas &cultivate habits of an open mind”
Should be required reading for every citizen (esp journalists). Plus a nice shout-out to
Galileo & Darwin;Mandela, Havel, & Liu Xiaobo;Rosa Parks & Natan Sharansky:such are the ranks of those who disagree.
It's diversity day at law school tomorrow. I'll be wearing a MAGA hat.
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The Dying Art of Disagreement h/t Have we lost the debate art form?
Today’s clashes may hoarsen our voices, but they rarely sharpen our thinking: The Dying Art of Disagreement
The Dying Art of Disagreement
Interesting essay: College becoming “a safe space from thought, rather than a safe space for thought”
Unlike the climate change stuff, this is a good and useful article from