Psychedelic Thought Crime

Jun 23, 2012 by

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A Singapore-based language and linguistics professor from China is facing an investigation by the National University of Singapore for making comments supportive of psychedelic use.


In a personal blog post, Associate Professor Shi Yuzhi commented on Steve Jobs’ use of LSD, mentioning: “Can this society be more open … to not immediately dismiss the use of psychedelic drugs? … To produce a master in inventions, we need an open-minded environment… Without harming personal health, allowing young people to consume hallucinogenic drugs is not necessarily a bad thing”.

Psychedelic Thought Crime

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