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The reasons for science skepticism can be complex and founded on real concerns

By Gabriele Contessa, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Carleton University
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Instead of assuming that science skeptics are motivated by ignorance, or selfishness, we should listen to them and try to understand and address their actual concerns.The Conversation

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