Should Academics Debunk Conspiracy Theories?

Social Epistemology 34 (5):423-439 (2020)
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This article addresses the question, ‘Should scholars debunk conspiracy theories or stay neutral?’ It describes ‘conspiracy theories’ and two senses of ‘neutrality,’ arguing that scholars should be...

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