A famous comment from /r/changemyview, made in response to "I remain unconvinced that my death has a fixed 100% probability."
Before I created /r/changemyview, my instinct was to call it "Change My Mind". This post explains why I'm glad that didn't happen.
CMV Podcast | March 11, 2018 Alex Frankel joins us to talk about his Master's Thesis "What Are They Thinking?", and towards the end of this episode you'll also hear from Will (AKA u/Neutrino_gambit) who recently posted in CMV about Yes or No questions. Listen/subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, PocketCasts, PodBean, YouTube or SoundCloud. Links Alex Frankel: @SonOfDiesel on Twitter, and 'Elephants and Asteroids' on Medium. Alex's … Continue reading CMV 017 – What Are They Thinking?
An overview of the most important outcomes of online political polarization: false consensus, outgroup dehumanization, and political engagement.
CMV Podcast | January 23, 2018 u/roach_brain joins Michael to discuss his post about playing heavy metal music at parties. The delay in releasing this episode was due to finding time for post-production to cut out bad audio from Kal's mic. Listen/subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, PocketCasts, PodBean or SoundCloud. Links roach_brain's post: "CMV: It is ok for a person with non-mainstream tastes … Continue reading CMV 016 – Heavy Metal
An introduction to the concepts of experiental conditioning, self-concept/ego, as well as ascientific and alogical construction as a framework for how people build and change their views and minds.
Fisk: To refute or criticize (a journalistic article or blog) point by point. Does employing such a technique help or harm when trying to change someone's view?