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Follari, R. (2023). Post-truth against science. Revista Guillermo De Ockham, 21(1), 5–6. https://doi.org/10.21500/22563202.6109 (Original work published November 10, 2022)
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The pandemic of Covid-19 has enhanced a problem that existed before and continues to accompany us: that of post-truth. The rise of this condition is not simply that of lies or falsehood: it is about establishing a collective mood where it no longer matters whether what is said is true or not since the will to consider it as such would suffice. What everyone wants to believe is true, regardless of whether it is true objectively, or at least intersubjectively.



Follari, Roberto. (2023). La post-verdad contra la ciencia. Revista Guillermo de Ockham, 21(1).


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