Christopher Hitchens sigue defendiendo la magnificencia de un universo sin Dios con esta antología, la primera en su género, de las voces más influyentes, de. Una provocadora visita guiada al pensamiento ateo y agnóstico a través de los siglos. Christopher Hitchens sigue defendiendo la magnificencia de un universo .
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Overall; Buy it if you value the search for knowledge over the pleasure of dogma. By the way, that was a classic example of “hand-selling” that is lost in superstores. Books by Dawkins and Harris will be excellent companions to fxiste and the author’s other publications.
Much of who Jesus was, and his words, are conjecture and hearsay. In my opinion, this book would be a major asset to any class in religion, forcing people to confront and justify the contradictions and absurdities of their religious beliefs. His choices range from classical Lucretius to delightfully unexpected Sir John Betjemento the just plain bizarre Penn Jillette ; as expected, there is quite a bit of material from his friends Dawkins, Harris, Dennet, McEwan, and Rushdie.
These newer writers who are perceived as rather revolutionary are really just updating older ideas for the current generation of free thinkers. So in all, this isn’t really a Christopher Hitchens book – It’s a book of all the authors that are represented here, perhaps to pique one’s interest to go out and read all those authors works in their entirety, thus improving your understanding of many things, not just religion.
Dios no existe by Christopher Hitchens (2 star ratings)
Essential Readings for the Nonbeliever on your Kindle in under a minute. While it was somewhat interesting as a perspective of the history of non-belief, I I picked up this book hoping it would have some personal stories about how the various contributors became atheist, and perhaps some reflections on living as an xeiste in a predominately religious society.
And yes, I realize the irony of an atheist complaining that the loudest, most extreme voices are the ones getting the most attention.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. I might add more later. Keep checking every now and then. Nothing like God is not greatbut a bit more intellectual.
And of course there is sex. He includes the essentials of Russell and Dawkins, which are, of course, unavoidable in a discussion of atheism, and he makes sure to tackle the elements of atheist and naturalist philosophy. Nearly all are thoughtful, wise and thoroughly worth investigating, irrespective of the reader’s own position on the spectrum of belief.
The writers and the writing truly are the cream of the crop. Get to Know Us. I recommend this book for open minds people. He freed the body from chains because he enchained the heart.
Paperbackpages. The ten pages of hitcyens from Albert Einstein were simply repetitive. Jesus demands faith, but not knowledge. There are a few prominent unbelievers who have cheistopher this pretty well: Almost every essay was so beautiful thought provoking and at even sometimes wondering Lucretius’ from BCEs.
It is time to withdraw our ‘respect’ from such fantastic claims, all of them aimed at the exertion of power over other humans in the real and material world.
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Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. The book is so well written by a person who is or was one of the -undisputedly I presume- best minds of our times that it would equally appeal to a curios reader looking for an interesting summer read, that it would to a deeply inquisitive one well aware of the both sides’ arguments.
Does He sin, then? I like that and I want to learn from that. I wasn’t planning on buying the book, but just happened to be browsing it at Powell’s when my friend Chris Faatz, one of our great free-range intellectuals and a Buddhiststopped to say hello. God sounds a bit like a UFO that is only seen by a hillbilly in the Ozarks.
Dios no existe
The concept of revelation and concise arguments against it. Each faith has its own merits, difficulties, and history.
Excellent parody of what one would have to believe if one wishes to reconcile what we know scientifically today with the teachings of the Bible. Most people who pick up this book probably already a do not believe in a deity and b know why they believe as they do. This book exposed me to a few new angles of the atheist’s views, especially regarding hitchebs. The book is clearly uneven. This collection featuring various writers has so far proved fascinating, if you enjoyed ‘The God Delusion’ by Richard Dawkins or ‘End of Faith’ by Sam Harris, then this is for you!
Dios no existe by Christopher Hitchens. I will recommend this book for people who would like to obtain insight into general atheistic thinking.