Doubting, Believing & Sharing

Pick a difficult topic around which there is conflict and get everybody “believing” they are right about one side of the problem. The process of believing involves absorbing, defending, and adopting the arguments. Then get everyone together “doubting” that same problem, deconstructing and critiquing it. Finally comes the “sharing,” when an individual finds the points of intersection between the doubters and believers or articulates their own position, drawing from the perspectives of both the doubters and believers.