Dare to Disagree – a TED.com short video


Good disagreement is central to progress. Margaret Heffernan shows how the best partners aren’t echo chambers — and how great businesses allow people to disagree. Watch now >>

My question is: how do we teach our children and yound adults in universities if they way we teach leaves little space to disagree?

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