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Peter Knight - 2003 - 925 pages
|However, the label “conspiracy theory” usually suggests that the interpretation |
offered is wrong. In effect the phrase is often not a neutral description of a form of
historical analysis, as if it were just another form of historical theory alongside,
say, postcolonial ... theories about the death of President Kennedy, for example,
are very insistent that they are assassination researchers and not conspiracy
buffs. It's ...
|The Role of the Conspiracy Theory in Shaping Modern History David Aaronovitch |
... “paranoid” conspiracy theory was its scale, not that “its exponents see
conspiracies or plots here and there in history, but that they regard a 'vast' or '
David Coady - 2006 - 173 pages
|Popper does not provide us with a theoretical reason to doubt the testimony of |
history. The Conspiracy Theory he denies is indeed false, but its falsehood casts
no doubt on conspiracy theories of this or that event. Nor does Popper provide a
|And to make this richly illustrated book even richer, each chapter invites the reader along for an interactive experience through the addition of removable facsimile documents—the evidence!|
|When a tale takes hold, it reveals something true about the anxieties and experiences of those who believe and repeat it, even if the story says nothing true about the objects of the theory itself.|
|Straightforward and engaging, "That's What They Want You to Think" provides food for thought for both conspiracy buffs and skeptics.|
|The significance of JFKwas not simply that Stone had brought accusations of |
conspiracy to a wide audience, however. ... It's not history. It is not legal evidence.
Much of it is ludicrous.”2) Still, this review, like many others, was quite positive ...
|With Examples from Irish and International History and Politics Brian Nugent ... |
He contacts the FBI or police forces who take it from there, blowing apart any
nascent 'conspiracy' in its tracks? Frankly ... In practice the police as well do not '
do' conspiracy theories, generally speaking you will find that they are not
interested in ...
|That's crazy to me. Now, I realize that in this case Earnhardt, Jr. and Tony Stewart |
had a history of working together, and the entire sport is made up of individuals
needing help from opponents to win. It's not a conspiracy theory, but a fact of life.
|back not only at the soviet Union but at all Communist nations, even those not |
involved in any way with the current crisis. ... A popular conspiracy theory holds
that the United states attacked the soviet Union with its nuclear weapons first, not