Asking Questions to Reduce Political Polarization
A group at Duke University thinks they have a potential solution to a problem we face: political polarization and the coarsening of public discourse. On this episode, we talk with Duke ethics and philosophy professor Walter Sinnott-Armstrong about the project.
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