Philosopher Argues Don’t Punish Any Drug Users At All
“I think it’s wrong to punish people just to get them not to do something bad. That principle would allow us to punish overeating, smoking (and) failing to exercise.” (New York Times; http://nyti.ms/1MBVEHm )
Douglas Husak, professor of philosophy at Rutgers University the author of “Overcriminalization: The Limits of the Criminal Law”, calls for total decriminalization of all drug use, adding ‘threats of punishments don’t do much to deter drug use (anyway). Most drug users don’t believe they’ll be caught, and they are right.”
“It’s an extremely healthy alternative to Adderall.” (Rolling Stone Magazine; http://rol.st/1kQwjk8
James Fadiman, author of The Psychedelic Explorer’s Guide explains why regular ‘micro-doses’ of LSD ‘have become the creativity enhancer of choice’ amongst many übersmart twentysomething” elite programmers in San Francisco.