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Introduction To Activistic Atheism The core of Gora’s personal philosophy is the notion that the very nature of the atheistic position implies a proactive ethic. Since no gods exist, if anything is to be accomplished we must do it ourselves. “Hallucinations and illusions are not facts useful for scientific investigation,” he says. [54] True morality, Gora says, is based entirely in the real world. “Because morality is a social necessity, the moment faith in god is banished, man’s gaze turns from god to man and he becomes socially conscious. Religious belief prevented the growth of a sense of realism. But atheism at once makes man realistic and alive to the needs of morality.” [55] Introduction To Activistic Atheism
Assertive Atheism Assertive Atheism Seriously!! If you are deeply religious and incapable of handling criticism you are not going to like what follows! Go Away!!
Why be an atheist? Letter to an atheist Why believe in God? NEW! The platypus and the theoaphonist Atheism Central for Secondary School Students - Home page Atheism Central for Secondary School Students - Home page
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The ABCs of Atheism The ABCs of Atheism Among the public, misconceptions about atheism and atheists abound. To dispel all the confusion, I would have to write from now until kingdom come. Here, I'll touch only a few fundamentals. The difference between theism and atheism can hinge on subtle distinctions omitted here. For anyone interested in a detailed exposition, Michael Martin’s Atheism: A Philosophical Justification (Prometheus Press) is scholarly and thorough. George Smith’s Atheism: The Case Against God (same press) is probably better for the novice.
The One Minute Case For Atheism | One Minute Cases The One Minute Case For Atheism | One Minute Cases Atheism is the lack of belief Atheism is the lack of belief in the existence of gods. It is not a belief system or a religion but the denial that supernatural beings exist.
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The Improbability of God by Richard Dawkins from Free Inquiry, Volume 18, Number 3. Much of what people do is done in the name of God. Irishmen blow each other up in his name. Arabs blow themselves up in his name. Imams and ayatollahs oppress women in his name. The Improbability of God The Improbability of God
New atheism New atheism New Atheism. Now with In-your-faceness! New Atheism (also known as Atheism, Militant Atheism, Fanatical Atheism, Extremist Atheism, Fundamentalist Atheism, Evangelical Atheism, Devil Juice and Devil Seed) refers to the carbonated beverage used by militant atheists and other fellow communists to modify the brain structures of children with the intent of making them hate America, in order to achieve their goal of repopulating the New USSR. New Atheism's formula contains in-your-faceness (sodium facialide), a flavor which some consider refreshing and others describe as offensive.
New Atheism is a social and political movement in favour of atheism and secularism promoted by a collection of modern atheist writers who have advocated the view that "religion should not simply be tolerated but should be countered, criticized, and exposed by rational argument wherever its influence arises."[1] There is uncertainty about how much influence the movement has had on religious demographics, but the increase in atheist groups, student societies, publications and public appearances has coincided with the non-religious being the largest growing demographic, closely followed by Islam and evangelicalism in the US and UK.[2] New Atheism lends itself to and often overlaps with secular humanism and antitheism, particularly in its criticism of the indoctrination of children and the perpetuation of ideologies. History[edit] New Atheism New Atheism
Atheism Atheism Atheism is, in a broad sense, the rejection of belief in the existence of deities.[1][2] In a narrower sense, atheism is specifically the position that there are no deities.[3][4][5] Most inclusively, atheism is the absence of belief that any deities exist.[4][5][6][7] Atheism is contrasted with theism,[8][9] which in its most general form is the belief that at least one deity exists.[9][10] The term atheism originated from the Greek ἄθεος (atheos), meaning "without god(s)", used as a pejorative term applied to those thought to reject the gods worshipped by the larger society. With the spread of freethought, skeptical inquiry, and subsequent increase in criticism of religion, application of the term narrowed in scope.
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Atheism - Investigating Atheism Atheism - Investigating Atheism Welcome to the “Investigating Atheism” project. Marx and Lenin in Heaven, illustration from 'Simplicissimus' magazine, 11th February 1924. (colour litho) by Schilling, E. (fl.1923) Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France/ Archives Charmet/ The Bridgeman Art Library.
Higher intelligence associated with liberalism, atheism More intelligent people are significantly more likely to exhibit social values and religious and political preferences that are novel to the human species in evolutionary history. Specifically, liberalism and atheism, and for men (but not women), preference for sexual exclusivity correlate with higher intelligence, a new study finds. The study, published in the March 2010 issue of the peer-reviewed scientific journal Social Psychology Quarterly, advances a new theory to explain why people form particular preferences and values. The theory suggests that more intelligent people are more likely than less intelligent people to adopt evolutionarily novel preferences and values, but intelligence does not correlate with preferences and values that are old enough to have been shaped by evolution over millions of years.”
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Atheism Central for Secondary School Students - Home page Why be an atheist? Letter to an atheist Why believe in God?
I am prothelsized to constantly by atheist friends, both on Facebook and in my life, things I never do – I am told that they are doing this as some form of protest for equality. Yet, these very same people take offense to anyone putting up anything religious on their Facebook page.I had an atheist friend say to me he was insulted and angry that religious people/colleagues no longer wanted to talk or debate with him – when his intent in his own words ‘was to tear them a new a-hole!’ Sounds like you need new ‘friends.’ Atheist Fundamentalists
Introduction To Activistic Atheism 1. What Is Atheism? a. Regular Atheism. i.
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