Should conspiracy-thinking be classified as a risk of psychedelics?
Ed Prideaux suggests it is wrong to pathologize conspiracy-thinking, and argues that such theories sometimes turn out to be true.
The editor of this newsletter has written a lot on the rise of conspirituality in New Age circles, and sees the rise of conspiracy-thinking as a serious threat to liberal democracy. However, in the interest of epistemic humility, here’s an alternative viewpoint from CPE-colleague Ed Prideaux. This essay is free - consider buying a subscription to get a…
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