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Phillip Atiba Goff
I'm a psychologist of racism. is right. That calling someone racist is not persuasive is mostly irrelevant to why you do it.
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Phillip Atiba Goff 1 Dec 16
Replying to @DrPhilGoff
2. The argument: "the science says calling the racist doesn't change their minds, so don't do it" is an absurd overreach...from the science!
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Phillip Atiba Goff 1 Dec 16
Replying to @DrPhilGoff
3. The science says that it's not fun when people think bad things about you. That doesn't mean we shouldn't think bad things about people.
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Jesse Singal 1 Dec 16
we don't disagree on anything except how to change the norms. That's where shaming fails, often, though it's
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Jesse Singal 1 Dec 16
super context-dependent.
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Platinum Blond Beldam šŸŒ¹šŸŒ¹šŸ›”ļøšŸ›”ļø šŸ§¢Ō  1 Dec 16
Fine, but why are we treating as credible?
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Sandy Darity, Retweets do not mean endorsement. 1 Dec 16
It's always important to name it. It is sometimes important (& only occasionally possible) to change individuals.
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2pac Chopra 1 Dec 16
your definition of "racism" may mirror that of "prejudice", while i argue that it's abt ACTION
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2pac Chopra 1 Dec 16
I argue that racism is about inflicting hate on a group of ppl * systematically *
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ChristineKaratnytsky 1 Dec 16
Right on. I'm eager to read. Thanks, I'm very grateful for this. @aGoodTweeter
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(((Michael Weiss))) 1 Dec 16
Sincere thanks to you both for this.
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