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We also interested in where and how you disagree with the site’s viewpoints.
This is perhaps the most valuable information since the goal is a conversation.
The T.O. team splits its time between various projects, but values feedback as to what direction this blog should take.
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In the age of social media algorithms and ideological echo chambers, we’re isolated in silos far too often.
We must be able to engage in civil conversation with those that disagree with us.
Orthodoxy refers to a generally accepted practice or doctrine of a particular industry, faith, etc.
It means the status quo on a particular subject or issue.
It’s a fancy way of saying “here is the correct way of thinking about this subject.”
Orthodoxy stands for stagnation.
It signifies a desire to stifle intellectual evolution and discovery.
Defenders of orthodoxy are afraid of change because it typically entails a shift in the current power structure.
Your mind is a weapon. Don’t disable it with orthodoxy.