We Can Have Opinions About Facts

But they are not facts in and of themselves.

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Two of the most toxic and counterproductive notions which have taken route and become pervasive in our current culture are that all opinions should automatically be afforded the same authority and that reactionary opinions carry the same evidentiary weight as verifiable facts. The result, swaths of people firmly convinced the world is required to acknowledge…

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A professional dancer, choreographer, theatre creator, and featured TEDx speaker with an honours degree in psychology, two black belts, and a lap-top.

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Jeff Fox

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A professional dancer, choreographer, theatre creator, and featured TEDx speaker with an honours degree in psychology, two black belts, and a lap-top.

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