How to Burst Your Political Filter Bubble

In times of polarization, a healthy civic commons that brings people together for moments of joy is even more urgent.

“If we could first spend time together as friends, neighbours, colleagues or teammates, we might later have a chance to talk in depth about politics and values. Starting with politics is likely to lead nowhere.

“But the cumulative effect of the polarisation of everything is not healthy. Paradoxically, a vibrant, thoughtful politics needs some parts of life that are free of politics, free of the idea of them-and-us. Otherwise we stop listening to each other. We often stop thinking entirely.” – Tim Harford, The Financial Times