What does it Mean to be a Fair-Minded Person?

Justice as Fairness Gained Through Wisdom, Truth and Knowledge Fair-mindedness entails a conscious effort to treat all viewpoints alike, without reference to one’s own feelings or self-interests, or the feelings of others, such as a friend or organization. Fairness is...

Rancorous politics squeeze out the fair-minded middle

Jeff Gauger, jgauger@gannett.com The increasing rancor of our politics means that a mainstream journalist’s attempts to stake out a constructive space in the fair-minded middle often are rejected as biased. In this world, to some news consumers, any mention of...

The Collapse of Fair-Minded Journalism

Goodwin, Michael, USA TODAY “[Pres. Donald] Trump [is] savaged like no other [chief executive] in memory. We [are] witnessing the total collapse of journalistic standards, with fairness and balance tossed overboard. Every story [is] an opinion masquerading as...

Letter: A fair-minded immigration policy

ny sovereign nation, wanting to remain as such, needs to regulate its borders. Not having done so sufficiently, the United States now has millions of immigrants here who followed the rules, and millions more who did not. In addition to outlining for the body politic...

Intellectual Fairmindedness

Posted in Agora, Biblical Studies, Early Career Teachers, Emerging Leaders, Events, Experienced Teachers,Governance, Preservice Teachers, School Leaders; Tagged Fair-minded, Truth, View, Opportunity, Intellectual,Dow; Posted  by Marilyn Cole This blog is part of a...

Being A Fair-minded Critical Thinker

by Nicole Burns Transcript of Being A Fair-minded Critical Thinker What is a Fair-Minded Critical Thinker? A fair-minded critical thinker works to improve their thinking whenever they can, and although they don’t always have the right answers, they work to...

11 Traits of a Fair-Minded Person

By Frank Sonnenberg 11 Traits of a Fair-Minded Person Rational. Fair-minded people employ clear and sensible thinking. They examine both sides of an issue before forming an opinion. Furthermore, fair-minded people make decisions based on hard evidence and reason...