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political spectrum: the game

Rachel
user 2884369
London, GB
Post #: 24
This is an idea for the next meetup.

Every one has a political ideology which they defend, their own or they can be devil's advocate. Not everyone has to speak. People can stand up and say what their political position is however they have to philosophically defend their position. People can defend having no political ideology as the best stance. While a person is talking members of the group can put their hands up to ask questions and/or for clarification. If someone is talking and sees a person with their hand up they have to finish their point and let the person speak.
Rachel
user 2884369
London, GB
Post #: 25
p.s. can people please suggest rules for keeping order.

such as not attacking the person just the idea.
ahmad raza s.
user 70990122
Bahawalpur, PK
Post #: 2
initially we should have the courage to listen,(we have two ears and one tongue),the person who is floating an idea should speak freely to introduce his concept as in psychoanalysis because we should know the thing beneath the surface too,
second session should be based on questions to manage contours of practical model,then the last stage should be critical evaluation and analysis of whole discussion to formulate a compact idea
A former member
Post #: 10
I agree, it is a game as long as people don't die, then it becomes reality. If your reality collides with mine then your game ends.
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