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The Origins of Skepticism and the JFK Assassination, by Dr. Richard Popkin
The Origins of Skepticism and the JFK Assassination
Dr. Richard Popkin, of the University of California, Los Angeles, is one of the world’s foremost historians of skepticism and is the author of one of the definitive college philosophy textbooks. In this lecture Popkin gives a witty, highly colorful, concise and clear history of skeptical philosophy, from the ancient Greeks like Socrates to modern thinkers like Bertrand Russell. Popkin also presents practical applications of skeptical thinking to modern issues, beginning with the Warren report, of which he was the first prominent public intellectual to be skeptical of the government’s claim that JFK was assassinated solely by Lee Harvey Oswald. This lecture is a classic in skeptical thinking and belongs in the library of all serious skeptics.
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