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The Other Side Is More Rational Than You Think

Polarization is not being caused by irrational factors. If it were, you wouldn’t be able to trust your own beliefs.

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Polarization is rising in the United States. We all know it. We can sense it. Beyond our own impressions, it’s what the data clearly tells us. Year by year, members of each party agree more

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Kevin Dorst

Kevin Dorst

Philosopher at University of Pittsburgh, working on the question of how irrational we truly are.

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