repost for . This helped me a lot to navigate the political waters these days---not that I understand it all.

@steve Loved this article. The mistake-theory vs conflict-theory is new to me, and I can already tell will significantly organize my thinking in the political sphere from now on.

Same with decoupling vs contextualizing ways of thinking.

@pweids Glad you loved it! I think mistake vs conflict theory is a good way to think about it. I read about it on slatestarcodex first, but this article hit me with the Klein/Harris talk.

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