Discover a new way to find and share stories you'll loveā€¦ Learn about Reading Desk

Post Profile



HuffPost Radio: Both Sides Now: Reagan/Matalin on Their Biases, Ryan-Buffett, Polls, Tattoos

Through the looking glass of their families and early years, Reagan/Matalin analyze Jonathan Haidt's The Righteous Mind. Can Left & Right hear each other or be merely riders of reason on the elephant of intuition?
read more

share

HuffPost Radio: Both Sides Now: Obama vs. GOP/Perry vs. Social Security/Reagan vs. Cheney

Politics / US Politics : Huffington Post: Politics Blog (3 years ago)

Mary Matalin and Ron Reagan sharply disagree on whether Obama was passionate or merely political in his jobs address, Perry presidential or just a "gunslinger" in his first debate, and author Cheney a brilliant strategist and/or war... Read Post

How Are Moral Judgments Made?

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan (2 years ago)

Jonathan Haidt, author of The Righteous Mind, believes that moral intuition comes before reason: Our flawed post-hoc reasoning, our cherry-picking of evidence to suit our instincts, makes us poor policy makers, and creates politics ... Read Post

HuffPost Radio: Both Sides Now: Reagan/Matalin on Their Biases, Ryan-Buffett, Polls, Tattoos

Industries / Media : Huffington Post: Media Blog (2 years ago)

Through the looking glass of their families and early years, Reagan/Matalin analyze Jonathan Haidt's The Righteous Mind. Can Left & Right hear each other or be merely riders of reason on the elephant of intuition? Read Post


Copyright © 2011 Regator, LLC