• June 20, 2019

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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So, let’s agree that whether theologian or philosopher including atheistsnone of us can conclusively “prove” anything.

Dennett, Richard Dawkins y muchos otros. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.

No matter what one’s beliefs are – pantheist, panentheist, theist, athies This is an outstanding compendium of human thought. Another cosmological discussion, but he is more sympathetic to religion. However, when making broad statements about why one doesn’t believe in a god, it is entirely unhelpful and misleading to lump all faiths into one big pile.

According to Leibniz the proof is valid for the concept of God, but whether the concept is possible is another question. Maybe I will pick it up later. I am glad that Hitch took on the task or choosing and editing this compendium. By arranging the readings in chronological order rather than by theme, Hitchens creates a history of non-theism which contextualizes the current state of affairs.

He turned priests into laymen because nk turned laymen into priests.

Dennett, Richard Dawkins y muchos otros. Start reading The Portable Atheist: The moral inconsistencies of the Bible and the lack of archaeological evidence. A beautiful, astute and chrishopher collection christophfr writings from throughout human history tackling human morality, gods and the meaning of life. Dec 10, Paul C. First, the words the jump to my mind after reading this book are, “holier than thou,” “dogmatic,” “exclusive,” and well, many others that are used by atheists against people of faith.


Keep checking every now and then. 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! For example, to call the ontological proof for the existence of God obviously wrong is not an argument.

I would hope most would bravely consider to put their faith to the test; experience tells me my hopes in this regard must appear naive to nearly everyone. Dios no existe es una lectura fascinante para todo el mundo.

Dios no existe

Ever wondered what the “opium of the people” really means? Atheism is a relatively new state of mind for me, and so far it’s all good! Si es un lector que apenas comienza a leer le recomiendo empezar con este libro. This volume and a lot of the other work of the “new” atheists are extremely useful to those who are halfway between belief and unbelief. I would recommend it to anyone interested on the subject, not depending on at what level they may come informed on this very broad topic.


At the end of hitcbens day, I’m not sure there is anything conclusive, although the author would have you believe otherwise.

Dios no existe by Christopher Hitchens (4 star ratings)

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Pyntesyke rated it it was ok Nov 21, Whereas owners of cats are hitchena to realize that, if you provide them with food and water and shelter and affection, they draw the conclusion that they are gods. This book contains 47 essays of people who lived on diversified eras and with diversified visions. What more do you want?

One person found this helpful. Everybody, religious or non-religious, should read this compilation by Hitchens. Page Where a god makes the world, it remains in his power to unmake it. The Portable Atheist is a compilation of extracts from the canons of many famous philosophers, scientists, and writers 47 in allassembled by Christopher Hitchens.

I h I’d been avoiding reading this as I didn’t want to hear him whingeing on about how oppressed he feels as an atheist or whatever, but I was pleasantly surprised that you don’t hear much from him beyond the introduction.