This is interesting.
‘Asked to think like a liberal, conservatives answered moral questions just as the liberal would answer them, but liberal students were unable to do the reverse. Rather, they seemed to put moral ideas into the mouths of conservatives that they don’t hold.’
@Mac_CZ .... which is something persons like priest Piťha would never do? You really believe liberals want to destroy family, etc.?
@xchaos I don't see any connection between the article and your comment. But still suggest to read the article, it's very long, but very interesting.
@Mac_CZ I will do, but anyway, maybe you are talking about mainstream liberal conservatives, and also probably western ones. What is recently considered to be "conservativism" in Eastern Europe is at least as brainded, as any radical leftist ever was... (and liberals are not radical leftists...)
@mprymek Agree, I'd like to know also. Maybe it's described in that mentioned book. https://www.amazon.com/Righteous-Mind-Divided-Politics-Religion/dp/0307455777/
@mprymek But it does make sense even without knowing exact metodology. Main message is: Universities present only liberal philosophy, so conservative students, who in spare time read conservative books, know both sides and liberal students, who read liberal books in spare time, know only one side.
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