Conflict is a social process that intensifies when members of a group take sides in the debate. Among the methods of conflict resolution is the resolution of the dispute by a member of the group who is not currently involved in the dispute. Specifically, a mediator is defined as a person who tries to resolve a conflict between two members of the group by intervening in that conflict. To simplify, one can find the Ombudsman, because a disinterested leader leads the parties in developing a solution to a disagreement (Forsyth, 2010). It also clearly shows The anti-intellectual of Crescas and his disagreement with Maimonides and Gersonides. Huw Price`s standard of truth (R) is stronger than the norm that what you say should represent what you believe or what you are right to believe. If these standards were true to the assertion, a disagreement would only suggest that the two speakers have different convictions or have good reason to affirm their contradictory assertions (Price, ditto.). Footnote 13 Paul Boghossian expresses skepticism of DF as follows: “I doubt that at the end of the day we can understand the idea of a sentence that can sustain an irreproachable disagreement. I do not see how such a sentence could serve as a plausible object of faith, exactly what the notion of a sentence is necessary for. (Boghossian 2006, p. 36-37) Footnote 14 As neither Price nor Boghossian identify areas of discourse that might qualify for an exception to (R), they suggest that (R) governs our practice of hatred and that the so-called exceptions should be removed. Footnote 15 Whether Price`s standard of truth for allegations is actually the norm for allegations, is questionable, for reasons that Williamson (2000) has studied: other language acts, such as the presumption that p, or else guess that p, also fall under them. The latter is particularly worrisome for cases like “It`s fun!” or “It`s delicious!”, because in these cases, I don`t guess or suspect it`s fun or tasty.

On the contrary, I know, based on the authority of the first person, that the designated object is fun (in a way) or tasty, and I give you the ability to know that it has this property according to my criteria (or depending on my point of view). A conflict is a conflict of interest. The basis of the conflict may be different, but it is still part of society. The basis of the conflict can be personal, racial, class, caste, political and international. Group conflicts often take a particular course. The routine interaction of groups is first disrupted by initial conflict, often caused by disagreements, differences of opinion between members or a lack of resources. At this stage, the group is no longer united and can be divided into coalitions. In some cases, this phase of the conflict cactus gives way to a conflict resolution phase, after which the group can finally return to routine group interaction. No one has the right to express their disagreement with the company in this way. Several strategies help distinguish who has a problem with a behavior and who takes responsibility.

One of these strategies is active listening. Active listening takes care of all aspects of what a student says and tries to understand or feel as much as possible (Seifert – Sutton). Active listening involves constantly asking questions to test understanding. The student should also be encouraged by telling their story and rewriting what the student is saying, so that an unbiased conclusion can be reached.