I am very curious to see cwebber’s strategy on this.
While not exactly the same thing This reminds me of some of George Lakoff’s work. For those unfamiliar with him he studies the intersection of language and brain neurology and psychology and political groups. Specifically how the choice of words in symbolizing an idea colors people’s reactions to it. Even if the underlying root ideas are the same.
Many of the library-science people and former philosophy students I know are very much of the opinion that a lot of the technological driven solutions to these kinds of problems are always going to be flimsy bandaids at best.
Im sympathetic to the notion that a lot of this is being driven by an information literacy problem and a complete polarization/lack of unity on cultural values.
Though im not exactly overflowing with solutions to those underlying currents either.