anderscj · @anderscj

24th Nov 2010 from Twittelator Pro

"when we are trying to be open-minded, we are likely to say, 'Let's look at both sides of the question,' or 'Let's hear the other side of the story.' Note what happens when we talk this way: the words we use to pattern the problem force only two possibilities, and these are automatically assumed to be in opposition." Postman & Weingartner

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