ERI-Dialogue-Principle #4
Principle #4

“I think we should accurately describe other people’s positions because it demonstrates that we care enough about them and their views to try to understand them. We should love the people we’re talking to and not just see them as an object, a mind to be changed. We should also be confident enough in our position to not be too intimidated to learn about pro-choice arguments and respond to them in their strongest form.”

For more of the context of this quotation, click here to read the full article, “Why We Should Accurately Describe Other People’s Positions.”

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