Civil discourse allows conversations around conflicting values and diverse perspectives (Practice C2) to persist until better understanding is achieved. It honors the place of others as equal members of a shared community. As journalist Malcolm Glover says in this TED Talk, recognizing that “the ‘I’ is a part of the ‘We’” is central to the task of identifying innovations in an increasingly interconnected world.
A return to civil discourse
By: Malcolm Glover, TEDx
By: Principled Innovation™ (PI)
An upward spiral between gratitude and humility
By: Elliott Kruse et al.
How to teach divergent thinking
By: UT Austin Faculty Innovation Center
You don’t have to be nice to political opponents. But you do need to talk to them.
By: Teresa Bejan, Washington Post