Making sense of those who are different
“It is important to learn not to be angry with opinions different from your own, but to set to work understanding how they come about. If, after you understand them, they still seem false, you can combat them much more effectually than if you had continued to be merely horrified.”
Introduction. The Poughkeepsie Convention.
Part 1: Perspective
Chapter 1. Once in the Kula.
Chapter 2. The Uncle Tom Effect.
Chapter 3. The Map of Eratosthenes.
Chapter 4. A Natural History of Empathy.
Part 2: Context
Chapter 5. The Forest Fire Problem.
Chapter 6. As with a Harvest.
Chapter 7. The Lesson of Labov.
Chapter 8. America.
*Everything here is a draft.