'I knew enough-which was almost nothing, but still enough-to suspect that Plato was so popular and enduring because he was the most obvious proto-Christian among the swarm of pagan philosophers.' -Barbara Ehrenreich, Living with a Wild God
We all have bias. It's unavoidable. But we can minimize it with a little curiosity about the world around us.
Being persuasive in a political discussion may be easier than you think. All you have to do is listen for the right cues.
Darryl W. Perry of Free Keene showed hints of ideological progress. However, he still using heuristics as weapons against his opponents. Will he ditch the cult?
A new study analyzed the ChageMyView subreddit to find out what the common factors were that caused people to change their minds in online discussion.
Studies have found that audio is more persuasive for arguments than text. Even being in person is more persuasive than that.
Libertarianism, without a doubt, has an image problem. I identify that problem and provide a solution through science and proven knowledge.
Charisma on Command gives 5 ways to win any argument. Start by asking yourself what you want and what they want? Make an effort to understand their position...