After the 2016 election, Adam sought a way to bring our divided country together two people at a time. By sitting down members of opposite ends of the political spectrum face-to-face, heart-to-heart with no motive other than to gain a deeper understanding of the other's values, Adam explored what it means to disagree but still connect.
What does it say about our ability to have meaningful dialogues about what's important and what's at stake? Is it possible to reach consensus among social groups who have learned to alienate the other? How do we react emotionally when we're confronted with a viewpoint so different from our own that we feel shame about our beliefs?
Join us as we explore all of these through the lense of Discourse on this episode of Subliminally Correct!
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