Colin Klein on COVID-19 Conspiracy Theories

Colin Klein on COVID-19 Conspiracy Theories
Tuesday 7 April 2020

When it comes to world-wide events such as the COVID-19 Pandemic which we are currently experiencing, Conspiracy Theories spread fast – but how do they get so much traction?

Associate Professor for The University’s School of Philosophy, Colin Klein, has weighed in on Conspiracy Theories with an article recently published by The Sydney Morning Herald where he talks about the reasons these theories form and what makes a good conspiracy. 

You can read the full article from The Sydney Morning Herald, here:


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