On Stark Madness
You see, once they said a certain thing about evolution, and they were wrong then, ergo evolution must be wrong.
I pointed out that he was correct, that science changes and updates the theory as new facts come to light, and he said "Sure, change the story, that makes a lot of sense!" Then he waved his hand at me and ran away.
Everything you know is an anomaly. The people who live in the affluent countries of the west (i.e. if you are typing on a computer, you are one of that minority) live in a style so statistically marginal that it is buried under the biomass of history.
Have you ever lived in a place where you had a room to yourself? How rare is that in the history of man.
The truth is, our modern mindset is so foreign to the whole of human history, that we cannot even pretend to think like the proto-men of the past, because our knowledge of rational thought changes the very fundamental way our brain functions.
Even those like the man I describe above are so trapped in being a result of their cultural miasma that they cannot be representative of what man must have once thought.
So maybe you agree other races aren't just humans in funny hats, and that human society has to be somewhat different. Is there a way to play that at the table? Or are we all doomed to play in session after session expecting everyone to be ridiculous modern morally relative humanist rational humans?