“Knowledge, Ignorance and Climate Change”

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Short op-ed here.

One response to ““Knowledge, Ignorance and Climate Change”

  1. This article takes a refreshing view on the issue of climate change by focusing on the application of philosophical and psychological principles as opposed to political science. I believe the author’s statement that initial skeptics could still recognize the objective probabilities of climate change without renouncing the initial skepticism is a helpful thought to cause change in an era where changing one’s mind is seen as spinelessness. However, I believe instilling value in an informed change of opinion would do greater good, as it would allow for more informed discourse of a broader range of topics, especially in a political setting.

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