Samuel Paul Douglas Australian Psychedelic Society54 Vice President at Australian Psychedelic Society
Freelance writer, philosopher and volunteer psychedelic law-reform activist.
I write articles about everything from local politics to psychedelics - mostly for Independent Australia and Third Wave (so far).
I completed my PhD in philosophy from the University of Newcastle (Australia), where I'm a research & teaching adjunct in professional & educational ethics and critical thinking.
I volunteer my time to support and be part of the leadership team at the Australian Psychedelic Society, which is a grassroots and not-for-profit organisation. APS is community-led and our aims relate to: advancing education; promoting and protecting human rights; and to advocate for the interests of the community by strengthening public debate on the ways in which psychedelics and users of psychedelics are treated under Australian laws and in society.
If you like my writing and would like to discuss a project, please reach out to me here or via LinkedIn as I'm always looking for more clients/publications. You can also support my work via my Patreon, or by watching me argue on twitter.