Guy Debord’s Warning of “The Role of the Expert”: A Philosophical Perspective on the Rise of Fact-Checking
Stavroula Pabst Abstract Why are we bombarded by fact-checks and “anti-disinformation” efforts in our timeline scrolls? When one reads news, further, they often find that “experts” are common sourc…

I’ll take the fact checks. They tend to be more accurate than the nonsense promoted here.

What you’re trying to say is that they better fit your existing biases and preconceptions.

I was not saying that at all. Look in a mirror.

Oh, I’m well aware I have biases just like everyone. You’re the one who seems to think that if fact checks align with what you want to believe that makes it true.

I will distrust CIA sponsored fact checkers. A lot of mainstream bullshit is cut down here.

It’s so hard to trust anything nowadays

Disinformation isn’t a genuine thing of concern? That’s a fascinating take, to put it mildly.

If that’s your takeaway then you really need to reread the article.

We live in a fascinating world.

This is a great complementary perspective to Inventing Reality and Manufacturing Consent. Thanks for sharing.

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