Politics Is One Big Monty Python Sketch


Our inability to credit the arguments of the other is not just an intellectual failing; it’s also a moral peril. Being open-minded does not mean one is incapable of arriving at a decision. It means that you can speak to those who oppose your decision with a measure of tolerance and understanding that might induce them to understand, in turn, why you have arrived at the place you did. The degree of rhetorical overdrive in our world is disheartening, and it’s dangerous.


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