Why a great education means engaging with controversy – Big Think


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2 Responses to Why a great education means engaging with controversy – Big Think

  1. So that’s the reason why one can’t discuss with Americans, and why they have to add an insult every time they express their opinion (” … you moron!” is very popular). (Of course I am generalising here …). One really has to watch what one is saying, they react so emotionally and take it as a personal insult, if one has a different opinion. My worst experiences in this respect happened on facebook.

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    • agogo22 says:

      Yes education can always provide fresh insights when comprehensive, but in times like these when those hitherto pre-eminent are being forced to share global dominance, there will always be a fearful backlash.

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