Conviction as Conundrum: Determining some Interdisciplinary Tethers for the Study of Moral, Personal, and Cultural Conviction

In a recent article in The New Yorker about the social media platform Reddit, “Antisocial Media,” Andrew Marantz confronts his readers with a number of questions central to the much-politicized presence of social media platforms in our daily lives: “Is it possible to facilitate a space for open dialogue without also facilitating hoaxes, harassment, and … Continue reading Conviction as Conundrum: Determining some Interdisciplinary Tethers for the Study of Moral, Personal, and Cultural Conviction