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As humans, we all want self-respect – and keeping that in mind might be the missing ingredient when you try to change someone’s mind

By Colin Marshall, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Washington
People deeply want to believe they are good, reasonable and worthy. A little humility and curiosity can go a long way toward helping someone feel respected during an argument.The Conversation

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