Before you tell me what is true, tell me what is truth. Two thought revolutions have disrupted our understanding of our most common knowledge terms. To find common ground, we must go beyond the truth of our declarations to the warrants that permit us to judge them as true.
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Thank you for this feast for my mind! A Sociologist at heart (though not by degree or profession), I read with great interest, “My Argument in Brief”. As I began my reading, I was excited by what you had to share and considered your “argument” thought-provoking and very relatable and informative.
By nature, someone very interested in people, their unique personalities and perspectives and the “why” of the choices we each make, I found this piece very illuminating and educational! Giving attentive consideration to your words, I consider this writing to be very insightful and TRUSTworthy. 😉 😊
Thank you for giving me the benefit of such well-written wisdom. This is a real contribution that can be savored again and again. Paul Kemp
I just heard James Carville on BR NPR comment briefly on “wokeism”. He states that it is individualism over point of view. Are we, for example, victims because we are White, male, balding persons? Or are we an inclusive member of a group as a united front that believes in progressive policies? Opinions are useful when combined with others of the same ilk. But those combined opinions must bear some truth, even tho were are entitled to our group opinions but not our group facts.