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The Society will be developing a number of community reading circles, focused not on traditional "ufology" texts, but rather on a careful reading of current UAP Studies works in conjunction with more traditional academic and scientific work that can put the texts in UAP Studies in proper context. As the science and scholarship on the subject of UAP and related phenomena increases in appeal and acceptance, it is important to keep grounded in works that help foster a wider critical - and historical - perspective.


The Society is committed to keeping the community at large engaged and educated, as we in turn are educated by it. True progress in knowledge always has this circulation between student and teacher, academic and the public - a practice of engaged communicative dialogue, which is key to what the philosopher Habermas might call "a rational society". Even if not a reality, it is surely a worthy ideal to maintain.

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