This link won’t make a lot of sense unless you both value and regularly practice not agreeing with people.
I put it that way to avoid the term ‘disagreement’ which, in these politically correct times, appears to many pale souls to be synonymous with being ‘disagreeable’, which is not.
When did it become fashionable to believe any rubbish?
When did it become stylish not to challenge daft ideas?
When did not agreeing or approving become almost the same as a hate crime?
(And in the case of some causes/issues/groups, when did it ACTUALLY become a hate crime?
I am entitled to my opinion!
(Still, I think – last time I checked)
You can’t learn without disagreement, even if it is disagreeing only with oneself.
And you certainly can’t ‘do reflective practice’ without, at the very least, disagreeing with yourself, and preferably with others.
Have a read, and as we used to say, think on.
“Argument: When losing is winning” http://feedly.com/k/152O0ku