A 17th century witchfinder general was probably not an idiot.
They might have been among the more learned men of their generation.
Yet still, they were so disastrously misguided.
How many in the witch trials truly believed they were in the right?
How can we know we are not misguided without resorting to dogmatism, tradition or contrarianism?

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