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H. Sidky

H. Sidky, PhD, is professor of anthropology and chief departmental advisor in the Department of Anthropology at Miami University (Ohio). He refers to himself as a scientific anthropologist. He is working on a book on the topic of this essay.

The War on Science, Anti-Intellectualism, and ‘Alternative Ways of Knowing’ in 21st-Century America

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 42.2, March / April 2018

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The War on Science, Anti-Intellectualism, and ‘Alternative Ways of Knowing’ in 21st-Century America

The decades-long academic assault on science has bewildered the American public about the role and function of science, promoted anti-intellectualism, and politically empowered purveyors of supernaturalism and paranormal beliefs.

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