The title may make it seem like it's mind-killing stuff (politics, religion, etc) but in fact it's about the different way people relate to one another. A lot of the things discussed in the article get mentioned here as "cognitive biases" but in fact they are a fundamental part of how people interact.

For me, the highlight is when he talks about people approaching the same exchange with different relational models.

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