Simeon Wade

Simeon Wade was an American historian. After earning a PhD in the intellectual history of Western civilization from Harvard, he taught at several universities in Southern California, including the Claremont Graduate School, and also worked as a psychiatric nurse. He died in Oxnard, California, on October 3, 2017.


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Blowing the Philosopher’s Fuses: Michel Foucault’s LSD Trip in the Valley of Death


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