1. The Problem of Obviousness
There’s no such thing as obviousness.
This isn’t, of course, itself obvious; nor is it clear why it should be a problem. So let me start elsewhere, with the anti-vaccine movement. A friend of mine laid out the ‘obvious’ position: there are facts and rationality on one side, unenlightened ignorance and bigotry on the other. Scientists versus fools, and the fools don’t even know what game is being played.
Obviousness (Patent law)
"The Problem of Obviousness,"
Sophia and Philosophia: Vol. 1:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://repository.belmont.edu/sph/vol1/iss2/3