It isn’t surprising, I suppose, that people take their ill-disposition to what k talks about, as something they need to make clear in their own terms, in their own thinking. Invariably this is an exercise in self expression. All the difficulty in any discussion, in dialogue, is seen as typically a social difficulty, for which a participant is at fault, or at least not participating well enough. The participant ends up trying to improve the dialogue as a format.
The conflict, the human conflict, for which we are all responsible, is continually overlooked. Inherent in the very nature of self, and self expression, is this conflict, and using self to resolve it, is more conflict. That fundamental human conflict is the ill-disposition all of us encounter. It is not made by someone other, anymore than oneself. It isn’t the fault of discussion, dialogue or another.
An ill-disposition encountered will be analyzed for its external factors, analyzed for the words, and ideas, and for the other person, as if I am separate. That separateness is the conflict. This is a radical realization. Something we are ill-disposed to understand. But, do you see, to keep with the usual round of self-expression, and all that the self sees as important, fix this and that, is a repetition, and a distraction?
The point is not to cultivate a platform for self expression, or self exploration, but to see self is the conflict and is ill-disposed to living effortlessly.