Colloquium (2019)

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M R. X. Dentith
University of Waikato
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In this paper I both summarise the recent volume "Taking Conspiracy Theories Seriously" (Rowman and Littlefield, 2018) and argue as to why we should investigate conspiracy theories rather than assume they are false or irrational by definition.
Keywords social epistemology  conspiracy theory  conspiracy theory theory
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