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Are there memes which technology has no advantage is procreating? One which came to my mind originally was religion, or more precisely the meme of God. One could argue that The Bible, Evangelical Television, the hymn, the chant even The Pope-Mobile are al
This link recently saved by 0bvious on January 16, 2007
In my short story entitled 'The Book' I have tried to bring this disbelief back into question, to represent the relationship we have with fiction, in fictional form. This meta-analysis is intended to give the reader tools by which to better question objec
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Whether one argues for the existence of God or for the superiority of the scientific endeavour the same misunderstanding pops up time and time again: there is no such thing as things. All you need to do is ask the right questions and the Mu response can b
This link recently saved by 0bvious on December 23, 2006
I have collected together a series of tools for those of us inclined to non-theistic beliefs. Perhaps in reflecting on your life this festive season you might join hands with your secular brother, your atheistic sister and praise the mind of the rational
This link recently saved by 0bvious on December 20, 2006
Metacognition, that is evidence of an ability to know the contents of one's thoughts, has been recognised in many of the great apes, dolphins, elephants and even pigs over the last few years. Except for some apes, which have been granted moral rights in a
This link recently saved by 0bvious on December 08, 2006
Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not Omnipotent. Is he able but not willing? Then he is malevolent. Is God both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil? Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God?
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All writing is in fact cut-ups. A collage of words read, heard, overheard. What else? Use of scissors renders the process explicit and subject to extension and variation. Clear classical prose can be composed entirely of rearranged cut-ups. Cutting and re