the righteous mind

Jonathan Haidt wrote a book about why good people are divided by politics and religion, so I drew a picture

Dialogue seems limited by our infatuation with our own cleverness. Where is the possibility when all we hear are our own best arguments? How might we hear and see each other and create a better future? Maybe we should draw pictures and dance instead.

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5 thoughts on “the righteous mind

  1. Dear Ms. Kambitsch:
    I love this! IT’s perfect, it captures the whole book!
    May I have your permission to show it in talks, and to put it somewhere on http://www.RighteousMind.com? With attribution, and a link to here, or wherever you’d like.
    thank you for doing this!

    jon haidt

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