Issue: Do we learn the most from people whose views we share?
In sum, unless two opponents in a debate are each willing to play on the same field and by the same rules, I concede that disagreement can impede learning. Otherwise, reasoned discourse and debate between people with opposing viewpoints is the very foundation upon which human knowledge advances. Accordingly, on balance the speaker is fundamentally correct.
I have provided a topic with merely its conclusion.
Would you show me through some vivd example or another more readily explanation as to the bold part, so that I could get it better?
What is more, I am wondering what this sentence Do we learn the most from people whose views we share? means.
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