Chicago Speech on Why We Disagree

This post originally contained the complete version of Swami Vivekananda's second speech: "Why We Disagree". However, this is available on Wikisource, so to minimize duplication, a link to the speech is provided here:

Why We Disagree Speech

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This speech was delivered on September 15, 1893 during the World's Parliament of Religions in Chicago. Although short, Swami Vivekananda effectively used a very simple analogy (with frogs, mind you) to explain how each person only knew his/her own experiences and religion and so couldn't quite comprehend ones different from them. He cited this as the reason why we disagreed (about religion).