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Quarrel or conversation. The distinction is significant. And Plato makes it.
Today Crisis Magazine posted my thoughts here on how the recent Presidential debates should make us reflect on the importance of this distinction for public life, and for our most intimate relationships.

A Lament on the Declining Quality of Public Discourse

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