Anti-vaccination is based on prejudice and superstition

Here is an excellent article by author and freelance journalist, Julie Szego in The Age, 17 December 2015. It begins:

“The movement reflects an underlying disease that makes us susceptible to the notion that truth is an ever-negotiable, relative concept.”

Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/comment/antivaccination-is-based-on-prejudice-and-superstition-20151215-glojrk.html#ixzz3uXNy6icW

 

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  1. But I don’t think anti-vaxxers (or anti-frackers or the anti-GMO crowd or global warming deniers) are indulging in ontological relativism. On the contrary, they think, like all conspiracy theorists, that they are right and the rest of us our flat-out wrong

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