The Philosophy of Conspiracy Theories

The Philosophy of Conspiracy Theories

Matthew R. X. Dentith


Conspiracy theories are a favored subject of dialog in daily life yet are usually frowned upon in terms of educational discussions. the hot spate of philosophical curiosity in conspiracy theories, The Philosophy of Conspiracy Theories asks even if the belief that trust in conspiracy theories is sometimes irrational is easily founded.

The Philosophy of Conspiracy Theories is geared toward either the thinker and the non-philosopher. The book is a certified defence of trust in conspiracy theories, offering the argument that trust specifically conspiracy theories might be rational. It covers such matters as: who could be think about a certified conspiracy theorist; how can we examine claims of disinformation; is our reliance on respectable theories a superb cause to be suspicious of rival conspiracy theories; and what we must always do whilst respectable theories and conspiracy theories are in clash?

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