‘How governments manipulate human behavior’

In recent years, concern has been expressed in both scholarly and popular literature about the dangers of scientific developments that could be used to control and manipulate human behavior.

There are fears that behavioral techniques have advanced to such an extent that they threaten the fundamental values of Western civilization.

In this episode, Dan Astin-Gregory shares some of the historic work of Albert D. Bilderman that explores how human behavior can be manipulated and compares his findings to present-day handling of the pandemic.

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