“The danger of the new skepticism” by eleanor cummins and “What can western medicine learn from indigenous healing traditions” by Lewis Mehl-Madrona 1. In the article “The Danger of the New Skepticism
1. In the article “The Danger of the New Skepticism,” Eleanor Cummins writes, “There is reason to think that many so-called ‘skeptics’ aren’t experiencing doubt at all.” What does this mean in the article?
2. What does a “healthy skepticism” look like? What *is* the danger of the newer forms of skepticism, according to the article?
3. Answer the question in the title of the other article: “What *can* Western medicine learn from Indigenous healing practices?”
4. What are the shared concerns of the two articles? In other words, how do they speak to each other? Do they cover any similar topics?