Public health, as an institutionalized practice in Egypt, was intimately tied to the concerns of British Empire and colonial economy.
Even after the establishment demonized something as pseudoscience, there could be a path to legitimacy of a certain sort, and even orthodoxy.
Secular evolutionary biologists find themselves repeatedly accused of cloaking what are ultimately religious (or at any rate, metaphysical) commitments in the guise of pure science.
For many physicists and philosophers, one of the most attractive features of “multiverse” cosmologies is that they render “God” unnecessary.
The Pirate Bay four were charged both criminally, for enabling copyrighted materials to become illegally available, and civilly, for financial damages allegedly experienced by the plaintiffs.
Orthodoxies help to create consensus and form communities of authority. But they also determine what questions we can legitimately ask.