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Where do your opinions come from?
Do we ‘think’ our world views, or ‘feel’ them? And what do our beliefs mean for politics and society?
In each episode of On Opinion, Turi Munthe asks thought leaders to share their perspectives on why we think what we think and what it means for the world today, discussing everything from the war on truth to how to argue with people you hate.
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The Evolution of Cooperation, with Nichola Raihani
Psychometrics: measuring ourselves, with John Rust
On Inhumanity with David Livingstone Smith
The Neuroscience of Dehumanisation, with Lasana Harris
Post-Privacy Politics, with Michal Kosinski
Polarisation on the Couch, with Alex Evans
Conflict is Good, with Ian Leslie
Populism, with Jan-Werner Müller
Infodemiology, with Jens Koed Madsen
Why we Believe, with Michael Shermer
The Backlash against Democracy, with Roberto Foa
Bridging the Gap, with Stephen Hawkins
The Securitarian Personality, with John Hibbing
Collective Consciousness with Sarah Rose Cavanagh
Polarisation around the World, with Thomas Carothers
Dyadic Morality with Kurt Gray
Evolutionary Psychology and Politics with Hector Garcia
The Problem with MicroAggression, with Regina Rini
Saving Liberalism, with Timothy Garton Ash