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Polite Hearings, and the Distinction Between the Person and His Conduct

Not long ago I was at an unemployment hearing.  It was the same old drill in most respects.  Two parties opposed each other.  A boss had fired an employee.  The boss’s testimony opposed the employee’s testimony, and vice versa.  Neither side changed any beliefs when the hearing was over. But after the hearing, a great [...]

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