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How to Disagree: Negotiate Difference in a Divided World, by Adam Ferner and Darren Chetty

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Elizabeth O'Brien

Abstract

In writing How to Disagree, Ferner and Chetty aim to bring to light those assumptions we make about the world, its structure and the lived reality of what we assume to be real, in order to see how these assumptions affect the ways we engage with each other. It is a fascinating endeavour and very well done through this thoughtful text. How to Disagree is part of the Build and Become series, a community of texts adopting a particular shared approach to enacting their commitment to ‘building knowledge that helps you navigate your world’. The emphasis, as reiterated by the authors, is on finding enjoyment in thinking and talking about difference.

How to Cite: O'Brien, E., 2020. How to Disagree: Negotiate Difference in a Divided World, by Adam Ferner and Darren Chetty. Journal of Philosophy in Schools, 7(2). DOI: http://doi.org/10.46707/jps.v7ii.125
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Published on 18 Dec 2020.

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