Cultivating Open-mindedness [From the Table #9]

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We all hold our beliefs near and dear. Close to our hearts. To the point where they're a part of who we are. But remember your finitude. Read broadly. Talk to people who vehemently disagree with you. And then think about: When is it appropriate to be open to changing your mind? Philosopher Jim Spiegel (Taylor University) reflects on the how-to of open-mindedness. Filmed September 3, 2014

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