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Until Feb 25, 2020
Let’s Discuss Don’t Think of an Elephant
Every Tuesday thru February 25, 2020. We started this discussion September 17, 2019, via Empathy Surplus Project Workplace video chat. Feel free to jump in and join us. More Details
People of nurturant Gods are ecumenical.
And Rotary’s “first-ever” Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement could be the topic of our March 2nd Caring Citizen Solution Day Speaker Series with Rotarian and former Rotary International Trustee Carolyn Jones.
(The National Science Foundation) developed a simple question to determine one’s core values and most likely political morality: “When your baby cries at night, do you pick him up?”
Lakoff writes, “Rationalism is a problem because many people still believe that its espoused principles are true. Many folks who are active in politics got their degrees in political science and law,” where flawed Enlightenment reason theory is taught.
Lakoff warns that too many progressives do not understand this cognitive mechanism or take it seriously.
To emphasize, progressives must build that “more perfect Union” more effectively than conservatives tear it down.
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George Lakoff's Resources
The basic idea is this: Dr. Lakoff's resources are free and open to all. He will provide framing suggestions regularly over social media, and whoever receives them can decide how to use them, and whether to share them or retweet them. Dr. Lakoff's process is bottom-up.
Dr. Lakoff also offers this framing service to activist organizations, media folks, and elected officials and their staff.
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