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How to Argue Fairly and Without Rancor

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Six suggestions from psychologists and philosophers for arguing effectively.

Published by the New York Time following the 2016 presidential election, the article is designed to provide help "communicating without rancor or faulty reasoning with someone who has an opposing viewpoint, with the hope of broadening one's understanding of people and ideas."

Read the article: How to Argue Fairly and Without Rancor.

We shared this article in the December 2016 Funder E-News because we believe that being able to communicate and talk with those who have differing views, experiences, and opinions is an essential part of diversity, equity, and inclusion work.