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Are You Sure You’re Always Making Up Your “Own” Mind?

You may think your opinions are your own. But are they?

How Do You Make Up Your “Own” Mind? By Noya Lizor @
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If you dig a little deeper into it, you’ll find that your opinions are influenced by the sources you choose to learn from and trust. But who is behind those sources? Are they impartial, or motivated by a certain agenda, or beholden to…




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Noya Lizor

Noya Lizor

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