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Sartre’s Godless Philosophy and those of the Bourgeoisie

Posted by Jack Stephens on December 2, 2007

Lenin, of Lenin’s Tomb, blogs about Sartre and atheistic, or non-theistic, philosophy:

The trouble with the professional atheists or anti-theists these days is, apart from everything else that is bad and reductionist and ridiculous in what they write, that their apparently passionate commitment comes too cheap. It doesn’t require that they give anything up, change anything about themselves, or challenge anything fundamental about the society. They don’t have to engage in any analysis deeper than that which finds religious doctrine to be literally false, philosophically shallow, socially repressive and politically dangerous. Big deal. It never seems to have occurred to them that there might be more radical consequences of the absence centre of ontology than that you should support the teaching of evolution, not kill people for God, and support the right of knocked up teenagers to have abortions. Actually, there is nothing there but the regurgitation of bourgeois wisdom and morality, both of which are pretty contemptible.

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79th Edition of Carnival of the Godless

Posted by Jack Stephens on November 27, 2007

The 79th Carnival of the Godless is being held at the Sexy Secularist!:

Twas the month before Christmas, when – hey, what the heck?
Up go lights, decorations – all the holiday dreck!
Just this Thursday, we ate and we offered our thanks,
As next Christmas rolled in like an army of tanks.
All the stores are bedecked, all the streets are bedazzled,
And these holiday songs leave a man well-near frazzled.

What’s an atheist to do at the end of November?
How to kindle his hearth with a warm, godless ember?
Never fear, herded cats! Pour yourselves some eggnog,
Gather round for a godless, great carnival blog.

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Carnival of the Godless 71

Posted by Jack Stephens on July 22, 2007

The 71st Carnival of the Godless is up at Aardvarchaeology.

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What is “Atheist”?

Posted by Jack Stephens on June 4, 2007

The Radical Atheist states:

Atheism is not a belief system in opposition to religion. Atheism is simply the lack of any belief in gods. Atheism is the way all people would view reality if religious belief was removed from the picture. Everyone’s an atheist until they adopt theistic beliefs.

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What is “Atheist”?

Posted by Jack Stephens on June 4, 2007

The Radical Atheist states:

Atheism is not a belief system in opposition to religion. Atheism is simply the lack of any belief in gods. Atheism is the way all people would view reality if religious belief was removed from the picture. Everyone’s an atheist until they adopt theistic beliefs.

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Carnival of the Godless

Posted by Jack Stephens on May 13, 2007

Michael Klass hosts the blog carnival, Carnival of the Godless, on his blog Light Remembered (a photo blog).

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Religion and Atheism

Posted by Jack Stephens on April 7, 2007

The Apostate writes:

Ultimately, the fact that ‘their truth’ and ‘my truth’ are diametrically opposed, in my world doesn’t mean we’re both ‘equally valid.’ We both know we aren’t. I, because science and reality tell me so. They, because Allah and Jesus tell them so.

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Pulling Back the Curtain

Posted by Jack Stephens on March 15, 2007

Jack E. Carlson blogs about atheism and theists response to atheism in his blog Radical Atheist:

The only thing that can open the mind of anyone about religion is disbelief. God is the wizard of Oz and atheists want to pull back the curtain. Once the sham is exposed, disbelief sets in. That cannot be allowed to happen. Churches, and especially their very human leaders, enjoy the good life. Their lust for wealth should be a red flag for the followers. But somehow they manage to justify this behavior to themselves. Blind faith is such an accurate term.

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