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Nearly a century ago, in dizzying visions, Aldous Huxley imagined a future civilization down to its most astonishing workings: a world state, perfectly hierarchical, confined the last "wild" humans to […]

If there is a robustness of science and knowledge, which makes their cumulative dimension possible, they can also be weakened. We shall discuss here two apparently quite different cases of […]

Over the first decade of the 2000s, climate change denial and global warming skepticism have taken the shape of a well-coordinated campaign with funding from industry and free-market think tanks. […]

Why do conspiracy theories invade our minds ? Why does the media cover of politics tend to yield to the tabloid culture? Why do we suspect scientists ? How, in […]

Why do conspiracy theories invade our minds? Why does the media cover of politics tend to yield to the tabloid culture?

Descartes tells how he found "the true method of attaining knowledge of all things of which (my) mind would be capable".

Discredited conspiracy theories and ideologies have resurfaced, proven science is once more up for debate and Russian propaganda floods our screens.

Corrélation ou causalité ? Cette étude teste le lien entre les croyances superstitieuses et la propension à effectuer des associations d'idées entre des faits éloignés.

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