Due to a global pandemic, flaws in our society have been magnified. Economic inequality, racial injustice, and divisive politics are all huge problems. In order to address these issues, what questions should we be asking, as a society?
The Intellectual Roundtable blog is all about questions. Since starting in the spring of 2017, we have presented 373 questions (and counting!), some thought-provoking, some divisive, some silly.
But sometimes, even we don’t know what questions need to be asked. To make a better community for everyone, what questions should we be asking?
If we want to ease tensions between people with different opinions, what questions should we be asking?
For our blog to appeal to more people, or generate more comments and more interaction between readers, what questions should we be asking?
As we hope to build a more just society, particularly for those being treated unjustly, what questions should we be asking?
To leave behind a healthy, stable world for our children and their children’s children, what questions should we be asking?
Do you have an opinion? In short, what should we be asking?
Related questions: What is your favorite Intellectual Roundtable question? How are we doing? Curiosity or certainty? What makes you curious?