Chad and Tom talk about whether there is a way to disagree well. Is there a way to disagree with someone but still have a good and valuable conversation? What are the ways that we continually fail at this? What can we do we improve? What is the disagreement hierarchy and what does it teach about weak forms of disagreement? How do we battle alternative facts? What is shared reality? Is there a way to seperate people from their arguements? How do we seperate humilty from attachment in our thinking? What were Rapoport's Rules? What does a strong arguemtns sound like?
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