A Crash Course in Village Square
In the time we've been trying our hand at having civil conversation, we've learned a thing or two. So as you wade into our wiki, give some thought to our Village Square 101 principles, organized into pithy little essays (uh that means we just throw stuff in there when we think of it). It's advice your mom would give you if she had any idea at all of what a wiki is and could even imagine that you'd ever be rude. And, like mom, we probably go long and a little preachy. (Click on each picture to hear our yammer...) Want to suggest another principle? Why not send it on over our way. Oh and please brush your teeth.
Page: "Reality can only be perceived through multiple sets of eyes"
Page: 68% solutions
Page: Arguing Extremes vs. Middle
Page: Avoid arguing the domino theory
Page: Biased assimilation
Page: Boiling a frog
Page: Citizen's Election Season Survival Guide
Page: Don't make black blacker
Page: Elementary Watson
Page: End the war on context
Page: Facts matter.
Page: Glass house you live in, meet rock in your hand
Page: Goose and Gander
Page: I cannot say "A lie!"
Page: Join the Cherry Picking strike
Page: Mythos and Logos
Page: Particularized trust
Page: Peripheral processing
Page: Selective exposure
Page: The Hostile Media Effect
Page: The Power of AND
Page: The seesaw
Page: Time for lunch
Page: Uh, love thy neighbor?
Page: Understanding likeminded groups
Page: Unless you are Carnac The Magnificent, don't read minds