only way to deal with close minded people is not discuss issues for which they are close minded..for any discussion , one must be having a room to atleast give a thought to other's perceptive..if that is missing , one cannot discuss...it is simply waste of time..dont enter into argument with close minded people because that would end up making them more convinced about their convictions...
i'm sure there's really no ex way. i'd move on & not argue w/ them. leave them behind in yer dust. i'd known of those ppl & it just doesn't pay 2 convince them
Dealing with closed-minded people, or I should say, trying to have an open debate with anyone closed minded, is simply a task that cannot be accomplished. Religion is an example of closed-mindedness. So is atheism. You can talk until you are blue in the face to a Christian to try and convince them of other explanations beyond the Bible, and they are as good as a child with their fingers in their ears chanting "na, na, na, na." Same goes for the atheist. Neither will hear the other's argument nor take any possibilities beyond what they believe to be true as an alternative.
Politics is this way as well. In many ways there are many scientists this way as well.
I say, it's not important to try and "deal" with a closed-minded person. It is better to simply be happy and feel relieved if you happen to be an open-minded person. It is a liberating gift.
Keep it in mind that the key to discovery is asking questions. If no one ever did the world would still be flat and the moon would still be made of cheese.
by HannahRiley 2 years ago
Does it make me close minded if I can't understand why people are atheists?I guess how is the better way to say it. I seriously question everything...like facts from history, ect...but for some reason Ive never questioned religion. I grew up in a Christian home, not a SUPER Christian home, but one...
by Jesse Mugnier 6 years ago
If you're opened-minded and think that someone else is closed-minded, are you closed-minded?When you say something you feel is open-minded, and someone contradicts you, and you think they are closed minded, wouldn't that also make you closed minded?
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by jsm951801 4 years ago
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