Andrey (azangru) wrote,

Yep. I like Jonathan Haidt.

It’s interesting that he is talking and thinking about globalism from the receptive point of view — as a resident of a country where others want to get in. I have always thought about globalism from the opposite point of view — as a resident of a shithole country that many would love to leave — and could not understand how rational people could object to globalist thinking. Now that I became aware of this difference the anti-globalist position is making much more sense.

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