Pretty Much The Weakest Argument Against Conspiracy Theories Ever | Truthstream Media

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Conspiring to end theories? Sounds like a .

is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Warwick, having previously taught at the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge and UCL. He is the author of four books and was recently awarded a Leadership Fellowship by the AHRC.

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Pretty Much the Weakest Argument Against Theories Ever – 11 April 2019 |

The appeal to authority, trust the ‘experts' people… Aaron and Melissa discuss one of the most brain liquifying ever.

“This smacks of some of the most pungent desperation that I've ever heard!”

Melissa Dykes

Conspiring to end theories? Sounds like a .

The fact that the thought controllers at YouTube have put this video behind an age restriction wall tells you everything you need to know. You're not allowed to question the accepted ‘facts'.

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Source: Conspiracy Theories and the Problem of Disappearing Knowledge | Quassim Cassam | TEDxWarwick

Source: Pretty Much the Weakest Argument Against Conspiracy Theories Ever

Source: Pretty Much the Weakest Argument Against Conspiracy Theories Ever

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