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Is free will an illusion?
My skeptics group is getting together on Wednesday night to discuss this topic, among other things. Personally, as an atheist, I take issue with the concept of “free will.” The phrase is connected too closely to religion, from Eve in … Continue reading
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Thoughts and responses to a believer, part 1
I was reading a post at northerntribe recently. The whole thing was interesting, but I felt points were mentioned that were worth discussing from an atheist angle, so I’m going to break it into three parts and pretty much wing … Continue reading
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What’s the difference between A Clockwork Orange?
A snake in a drawer, because it doesn’t have legs. I watched A Clockwork Orange last night and if I just describe the basic plot, the movie sounds pretty ordinary, actually. The show is nowhere near as confusing as my … Continue reading