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In the 1960s and 70s, a revolution took place in the way we understand human nature. Out went Marx and Freud, and in came...

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"There is a systemic problem that all religions face, no matter which policy they adopt: Somebody has to monitor the external world to decide...

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by Richard Dawkins   . . .  it is a well established principle of democracy that, in the case of major constitutional changes that are hard...

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by Benjamin Abelow In this article, I present evidence that an intimate and largely unrecognized connection exists between childhood trauma and religion. In particular, it...

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Ken Ham’s Ark Encounter is a “life-size” attraction designed to promote the anti-scientific views of creationism, a monument to biblical literalism aimed directly at...

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"Facts by themselves do not entail moral judgments, but if we look upon morality as a set of practices that provide solutions to certain...

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