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3 Famous Philosophers Who Took Psychedelics and Pronounced It Mind-Changing

Psychedelics have proven to be of great interest to some great thinkers. Despite being prohibited in the U.S. for nigh on half a century now, psychedelics are making a comeback. Researchers are studying their use in the treatment of psychological disorders, microdosing LSD has become an abiding phenomenon and there's even a move to legalize magic mushrooms afoot in California.
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