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Triangulating the Truth

In the Age of Misinformation, how can we know what is true?

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We live in the Age of Misinformation. It is all too easy to surf into a television channel, radio station, or website that caters to one’s specific bias. Conservative or liberal, theist or atheist, Eastern or Western, scientific or spiritual — every bias is represented in mass media these days, along with every kind of conspiracy theory imaginable. But none of…

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Walt McLaughlin

Walt McLaughlin

Philosopher of wildness, writing about the divine in nature, being human, and backcountry excursions.

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