Many of the people in humanities I encounter seem very wedded to mindset I refer to as "construct = everything". For example, they say bazar things such as gender is 100% a construct. They say this as if sexual selection doesn't exist (to be fair, they honestly don't seem to know it exists). In many ways, I feel as if it's a lost cause. If someone wants to treat objective questions as subjective ones, then we likely disagree on the premises of how to negotiate the world. I've been involved in experiments where I went in with a strong bias about the outcome, and been forced to accept I was wrong when the numbers just didn't work out the way I wanted. I feel as if many of people I describe here have had no such life experience. At any rate, I'd be interested hear if anyone has had any luck injecting science into the "everything is a construct", "if it's offensive it must be false" mindset.