Monthly Archives: December 2012

Superstition and Supernaturalism

Why are superstition and supernaturalism so widespread in America, a Western society, centuries after the Enlightenment, with the results of that intellectual revolution all around us? Superstition, broadly speaking, is belief without recourse to evidence, especially belief in non-existent cause … Continue reading

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Ontology

In their book Reasonable Atheism authors Aikin and Talisse claim that any serious book about Atheism must tackle the Ontological Argument for the existence of a god. Let’s see what the argument is, and what we can say about it. … Continue reading

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