Political Polarization and Argumentation with Walter Sinnott-Armstrong on “Intelligent Speculation” Podcast

Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Chauncey Stillman Professor of Practical Ethics in the Department of Philosophy and co-director of MADLab) discusses the origin of his interests in ethics, the limitations of science when it comes to morality, the true goal of discourse, the history of political polarization in the U.S. compared to what we see today, and much more with Jonathan Maloney on Grips Visual Marketing’s podcast “Intelligent Speculation”.

For more information on Sinnott-Armstrong you can visit his website, and check out his course “Think Again: How to Understand Arguments” on Coursera.