On May 26 I taught what I expect will be my last Continuing Legal Education class for a long time, if not longer. Here’s a link to the program. I’m sharing the PowerPoint presentation here:
If there are Second Amendment Sanctuaries maybe there should be Psychedelic Sanctuaries. If necessary we could get a Constitutional amendment to recognize freedom of consciousness, the predicate to all other freedoms as the premise of wisdom, the premise of our system of government.
I’m going to try a new approach here, prompted by what I read as concern in the psychedelic sector media about the prospect of market capture through intellectual property rights (which I assume could be a collaborative efforts to some degree among the pharmaceutical interests, governmental prohibitionists, and conservative social actors). I don’t know if… Read More Strategic realism