Conspiracy theories are usually false. But is believing in the illuminati or a staged moonlanding always irrational? Where does the boundary lie between a healthy critical attitude and extreme distrust? Prof. dr. Daniel Cohnitz (UU) talks about the value of philosophy in combating conspiracy thinking.
This series is organised in collaboration with the Philosophy department (UU), the Faculty association of philosophy students from the UU (FUF) and Hofman Café.