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Why Pseudoscience Should Be Taught in College

The academic community doesn’t seem to take the spread of pseudoscience seriously. This is a serious problem that skeptics must face.

Three facts made me aware of the necessity of teaching pseudoscience at colleges and universities. The first was the visit of a doctor—a friend of the family—who, when I started to debunk pseudoscience, replied: “There are good and bad homeopaths.” No, sir, you are wrong.

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