Why Facts Don't Change Our Minds

Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds | The New Yorker

[Yes, it’s the New Yorker. Read with appropriate caution.]

I haven’t read the article you link to, so feel free not to read this one by Alastair Roberts. He (not I) writes about how trust is more important than truth in deciding what we believe.

Now I’ll read the original article and see if it relates at all!

[UPDATE: I think it relates.]