I read The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt. I had seen it in the bookstore, and heard it mentioned a few places, most notably by Tripp Fuller on the Homebrewed Christianity podcast. So, I thought I should read it. I’m so glad I did.
This is one of those books that has caused me to go back and reshuffle some of the building blocks in my worldview. The main reason I appreciate this book is that it offers a very practical approach, rooted deeply in sociological research, to understand why we have such a deep divide in our society and how we can seek to bridge that gap and seek a better way forward together. This is closely related to my ongoing study of communicative rationality.
I will eventually make a video that walks through my illustration. For now, please enjoy the visual mind map of this amazing book.