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(1791) The Hole in Racial Justice - YouTube
Socialisation
Daniel Kahneman - slow thinking fast thinking
&! Everyone is biased, including you
We all cling to beliefs despite the evidence.
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/jan/12/psychology-of-group-reasoning-versus-individual
“If I see myself as someone who is smart, competent and kind, and you give me some information that I have done something foolish, immoral or hurtful, I have a choice,” says US social psychologist Carol Tavris, co-author with Aronson of Mistakes Were Made (But Not By Me). “I can revise my view of myself, or I can dismiss the evidence. Most people take the least painful path and dismiss the evidence.” [...] “But if you take a group of people with some kind of common incentive but who disagree about something, then reason can help them get a better answer.”
post-racial  America  Bias  Psychology  Sociology  unconscious  subconscious  prejudice  Racism  discrimination  BAME  neuroscience  cognitive  dissonance.book  Gesellschaft  justice  facts  bigotry  emotions  emotion  Diversity  book 
january 2019 by asterisk2a
(5679) ZAPP vom 31.01.2018: Eigene Wahrheit: "Project Veritas", Privatfernsehmacher für den ÖR - YouTube
fingiert fictitious / planted fake news by alt-right right-wing white nationalists supremacists // Project Veritas // polarised // ziel system weiter destabilisieren. demokratie. civic society. jeder gegen jeden - psychopolitik psychopolitics // neoliberalism capitalism // wir gegen die us against them // Milo Jordan Peterson Ben Shapiro etc etc etc
DonaldTrump  Donald  Trump  fake  news  Project  Veritas  Journalism  journalismus  facts  trust  trustagent  Facebook  filter  bubble  Polarisation  investigative  civic  Society  Gesellschaft  democracy  Demokratie  Sociology  Psychology  Authoritarianism  Zivilgesellschaft  liberalism  Conservative  Conservatism 
february 2018 by asterisk2a
Talking Business - Rousing Wall Street From Its State of Denial - NYTimes.com
“I represent the Wall Street community,” he began, wearing a suit that was decidedly not polyester. “We have felt like a piñata. Maybe you don’t feel like you’re beating us with a stick but we certainly feel like we’ve been whacked with a stick.” After going on a bit about job growth and the “connection between Wall Street and Main Street,” he returned to his theme. “When are we going to stop whacking Wall Street like a piñata?”

In fact, Mr. Scaramucci had served up a softball question — just not the kind he had intended.

In the span of just a few minutes, Mr. Obama mentioned billion-dollar hedge fund compensation, Mr. Schwarzman’s Hitler remark, the absurdity of a fund manager’s secretary paying a higher tax rate than his or her boss, and the fact that “most people on Main Street feel like they’ve been beat up on.” He was interrupted several times by applause. “He came at me with a baseball bat,” complained Mr. Scaramucci.
rhetoric  Obama  BarackObama  WallStreet  MainStreet  facts  USA  mid-term  election  taxation  goldmansachs  AIG  lehmanbrothers  leadership  representative  financial  industry 
october 2010 by asterisk2a

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