Practically and morally, upholding the ideal of holding humanity towards all humans is worthwhile.
This Hobbesian article investigates the nature of our dishonest arguments.
More than disagreeing with each other, we may act out our disagreement.
In political argument, stances are often veiled and argued for indirectly.
Emotion's vital place in decision-making should be acknowledged and respected.
Amid political distress, we should not remain silent. Doing so exacerbates our own problems.