This collection is a place for the expression of ideas, sometimes not unrelated to the themes developed in the "Science & Philosophy" collection, but treated from a free and possibly controversial angle. Its purpose is to clarify controversies or clarifications by means of incisive texts. It intends to give a voice to those who reject the false evidence of our time, who denounce the theses based on the media prominence of the dubbed authors. It is a question of reconciling the greatest possible freedom of tone with the requirements of a speech that ensures its argumentative solidity

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