Conversations and Musings: A Harvard Summer at Home

Musings on issues facing the communities we inhabit. By LUKE MARTINEZ To clarify, I despise arguments. If someone tells you that they like arguing, it means that they enjoy the feeling of putting another person down, and they gain a sense of superiority from rhetoric. The main purpose of a conversation is to understand someone, not to change their mind. Without mutual respect, none of the valuable information that each contributor brings is exchanged. Interrupting someone during a conversation is to say, “I don’t care what you have to say right now, because what I have to say is that …






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