- @michelletandler Maybe: The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion https://t.co/v6hk2kszB8
- @conor64 How about the same three books to all three? "The Righteous Mind" by @JonHaidt https://t.co/5OGoPaatGa "A Conflict of Visions" by @ThomasSowell https://t.co/nvwJLnG9Cb "The Machiavellians" by James Burnham https://t.co/0HhAUWJQvy
- When reading popular books in a field I'm often uncertain how to treat the evidence. I'm reading Haidt's "The Righteous Mind". Fascinating, and much agrees with my prejudices. But I worry about caveats & counter-evidence that may not have made it into the book
- On morality and politics, and on the two kinds of fairness, I can't recommend this book by @JonHaidt too highly: https://t.co/1cMGkWbdGq
- I read the first hundred pages of @JonHaidt’s Righteous Mind (“why good people are divided by politics and religion”) tonight. It’s both excellent and the most conversationally-written book I’ve read in recent memory.
- @jasoncwarner I'm sure there are some articles online which summarize their theories but for Haidt "the righteous mind" is the book and for Lakoff "don't think of an elephant"
- A decent #book but too verbose. Thankfully, each chapter comes with a summary at the end of it so I could do with just the summary for last few chapters. https://t.co/qLQid6e0zm
- @JimmyRis I think most people should read this book ASAP - though, personally, I feel I read both this and The Righteous Mind "too late" (not that this makes them any less great).
- finally read Righteous Mind by @JonHaidt - one of the best books I've read on the last decade. HIGHLY recommend. https://t.co/TtR6rHltmb
- Dear liberals & conservatives, what's the point of arguing about the conclusions if you disagree about the premises? http://t.co/lsXeWvWXsO
Presents a groundbreaking investigation into the origins of morality at the core of religion and politics, offering scholarly insight into the motivations behind cultural clashes that are polarizing America.