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Reflect: Consider what it means to be open minded (rather than dogmatic). How do you tend to react when people argue against your own strongly held views? Is it the most productive response?

Write: Provide an example of a good argument for a position with which you disagree or share an example of when you have learned from an opposing argument in the past. Explain your initial reaction to encountering evidence for an opposing view, and illustrate how you might lean from the counterargument. Rather than trying to prove it wrong, demonstrate what you might learn from this point of view, and model how you might respond positively, with the shared of goal of learning and discovering truth (rather than being right).

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Justice Antonin Scalia’s death this past weekend prompted me to use this assignment as an opportunity to learn about a pivotal constitutional argument from the last ten years, Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission (2010). Until now, I was aware of the case from references to it in the media, and I had an admittedly vague notion of standing in opposition to it. From what I had understood, the conservative-titled decision had essentially given corporations status equivalent in some way to that of citizens, i.e. people. The...

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