Table of contents for Conspiracy theories : the philosophical debate / edited by David Coady.

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Contents
List of Contributors	vii
Foreword	ix
1	An Introduction to the Philosophical Debate about Conspiracy Theories	1
	David Coady
2	The Conspiracy Theory of Society	13
	Karl R. Popper
3	Popper Revisited, or What is Wrong with Conspiracy Theories?	17
	Charles Pigden
4	Of Conspiracy Theories	47
	Brian L. Keeley
5	Living with the Conspiracy	65
	Lee Basham
6	Conspiracy Theories and Conspiracy Theorizing	81
	Steve Clarke
7	Malevolent Global Conspiracy	99
	Lee Basham
8	Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition! More Thoughts on Conspiracy 
	Theory	116
	Brian L. Keeley
9	Conspiracy Theories and Official Stories	123
	David Coady
10	Appealing to the Fundamental Attribution Error: Was it All a Big Mistake?	135
	Steve Clarke
11	Afterthoughts on Conspiracy Theory: Resilience and Ubiquity	141
	Lee Basham
12	Complots of Mischief	147
 Charles Pigden
13	The Pragmatic Rejection of Conspiracy Theories	175
 David Coady
Index		179

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Conspiracies.