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The psychedelic renaissance and education

The ‘psychedelic renaissance,’ so-called because of the renewed psychiatric interest in these mind-altering substances, is about to explode. Billions of investment dollars are flowing into the corporations that hope to develop novel therapies and medications based on psychedelics. Multiple clinical trials are exploring the efficacy of psilocybin, the active constituent of magic mushrooms, in relieving […]

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Douglas, S. (2022). The psychedelic renaissance and education. PESA Agora. https://pesaagora.com/ideas/the-psychedelic-renaissance-and-education/
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Samuel Douglas

Samuel Douglas is a casual academic at the University of Newcastle and, over the past 15 years, has taught professional ethics in a range of degree programs there. As well as his academic role, Samuel volunteers as President of the Australian Psychedelic Society, a charity that supports psychedelic research, education and advocacy for the benefit of the community.
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