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by Sondra Rochelle 6 years ago
It is one thing to disagree, another thing to judge the views of another as being good, bad, wrong, etc. What do you think?
by Rhonda D Johnson 2 years ago
Are all opinions equal?Most of us insist on our right to our own opinion and that is as it should be. Does that mean everyone's opinion is of equal value? Honest debate will often prove that certain statements are not facts. It seems to have become a tactic to declare what...
by rotl 8 years ago
Why can't some people respect others' political views, choices, lifestyles, religion, etc?Is it intelligence or lack thereof, socialization, upbringing, personality, environment, education or lack thereof, religious teachings, politics, misinformation, propaganda, bad experiences, the economy, or...
by Clayton Coombs 4 weeks ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article? What can I do to improve? Thanks!Here is my article: Top Books to Read at the End of the Year (must be signed in to view)
by Patricia Scott 14 months ago
Is it important to you to listen to the opinion of others, even when you disagree?Often we have discussions with others on 'hot topics', on which there may be much disagreement. Is it possible for you to respectfully listen and allow that person to share their viewpoint?
by securityproducts3 2 years ago
Is there a difference between an opinion and an informed stance on a subject?
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