By Dale Jacquette (ed.)
The talk at the prestige and legality of hashish keeps to achieve momentum. the following, own anecdotes mixed with educational and medical reviews mix to sharpen a number of the attention-grabbing philosophical matters linked to hashish use.
- A frank, professionally knowledgeable and playful dialogue of hashish utilization on the subject of philosophical inquiry
- Considers the which means of a ‘high’, the morality of smoking marijuana for excitement, the slippery slope to extra harmful medications, and the human force to change our attention
- Not purely contains contributions from philosophers, psychologists, sociologists or criminal, pharmacological, and medical examiners, but in addition non-academics linked to the cultivation, distribution, and sale of hashish
- Brings jointly a global staff of writers from the us, Canada, united kingdom, Finland, Switzerland, South Africa, and New Zealand
Chapter 1 A hashish Odyssey (pages 21–34): Lester Grinspoon
Chapter 2 Seeing Snakes (pages 35–49): G. T. Roche
Chapter three The hashish adventure (pages 50–61): Andrew D. Hathaway and Justin Sharpley
Chapter four Buzz, excessive, and Stoned (pages 65–76): Michael Montagne
Chapter five the nice get away (pages 77–89): Charles Taliaferro and Michel Le Gall
Chapter 6 hashish and the Human (pages 90–99): Brian R. Clack
Chapter 7 Hallucinatory Terror (pages 103–113): Tommi Kakko
Chapter eight Marijuana and Creativity (pages 114–120): Ryan E. Holt and James C. Kaufman
Chapter nine Navigating artistic internal area at the blameless Pleasures of cannabis (pages 121–136): Dale Jacquette
Chapter 10 hashish and the tradition of Alienation (pages 139–148): Mark Thorsby
Chapter eleven Reefer insanity (pages 149–161): Tuomas E. Tahko
Chapter 12 delicate vs. tough (pages 162–172): Brian Penrose
Chapter thirteen “Smoking Pot does not damage an individual yet Me!” (pages 175–191): Jack eco-friendly Musselman, Russ Frohardt and D. G. Lynch
Chapter 14 Pot Politics (pages 192–213): Mitch Earleywine
Chapter 15 hashish and the great existence (pages 214–225): Theodore Schick
Chapter sixteen weak spot of Will (pages 226–235): Michael Funke
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However, if this ethnographic method is successful, we should be able to provide a reasonably proximate picture of the varieties and value of cannabis use in contemporary society. And in so doing, we cannabis users can make a significant contribution to the demise of cannabinophobia, one of our age’s most damaging popular delusions. NOTES 1 Lester Grinspoon, Marihuana Reconsidered (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1971). 2 Lester Grinspoon, Marijuana, the Forbidden Medicine (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993, 1997).
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