Skeptic’s Vocabulary provides a toolkit for skepticism in India. It comes from the realisation the questions that confront skepticism in the Indian subcontinent is fundamentally different from that in the West. It would provide a collection of ‘concept words’ and arguments that can form basis for meaningful debates.
Most of the articles that form the ‘vocabulary’ are drawn from the real life debates that took place in the last few years. Few entries are background narratives that are ‘prerequistes’ for answers discussed elsewhere.
See About for my short bio to know my ‘arc of interests’ and the potential conflict of interests. The potential ‘risk of bias’ are subjected to critical scruitiny by the same tools Ω that form the backbone of analysis in the blog.