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Preview — Irreligion by John Allen Paulos.
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Jan 01, Shawn Patrick rated it liked it Shelves: I know this books title can be misleading to some people. Still, this is a different take on a subject that has seen dozens of new works in recent years. They sometimes dress up this feeling with any number of unrelated, irrelevant, and unfalsifiable banalities and make a Kierkegaardian “Leap of faith” to conclude that God exists.
Paulos makes some assumptions about his arguments: And for a bonus: But I would argue that most atheists in ds don’t feel much irreligioh to deny the existence of a deity, but simply see no reason to believe in something for which there is absolutely no evidence wl which explains nothing. The autho Atheist authors such as John Allen Paulos strive to bring out a contrarian streak in their readers, but they may get more than they bargain for – though I’ve been living religion-free for over a year now, I have yet to find an atheist book that doesn’t disappoint me in some way.
I’ve been through this one two and a half times and still haven’t figured out for whom this book was written. For the most part, Paulos doesn’t bother with marshaling facts and evidence against theistic arguments, but concerns himself solely with the logic or lack thereof behind them.
Often tedious, derivative, and repetitive.
You will not be facing page after page of complex equations. Does that sound mean?
After all, there are no new arguments. High to Low Avg. Making it easier to read would have made it easier for the reader to understand his point of view.
elogiio This book is a piece of garbage best described by another reviewer as “atheist pseudo-intellectual crap. I’m sure your wife enjoys that – it’s good for your marriage. I have been a long time fan of John Allen Paulos ‘s Innumeracy: I really enjoyed this book. Everything in its’ meaningless path is up for grabs.
Perhaps Sam Harris or Richard Dawkins? Death does not care. It is probably not going to convince anyone either way. He cites an example from Woody Allen: A Mathematician explains why the arguments for God just don’t add up. God and I are most likely both laughing.
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About John Allen Paulos. When I saw this book, couldn’t help picking it up. I hated this book and could hardly wait to finish it, made myself finish it. Oct 03, D. Elogio de la irreligion Spanish Edition Jun 01, Quattro paginette in cui, trascurando il consiglio dell’autore di non “attaccare aggressivamente e sul piano personale la fede degli altri bollandola come cumulo di sciocchezze”, Odiffredi parte in quarta affermando, non si sa con quanta ironia, che i credenti renderebbero “questo mondo molto peggiore con la loro presenza”, e ammonendoci poi che “sarebbe un eccesso di stima [sia mai!
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Okay lets try one more – just to see how systematic professor Paulos really is: Why I read this book: Instead, Paulos offers us plain old English. Hardcoverpages.
Are his analyses as eloquent as those of Hitchens, or as provocative as Dawkins? This of course is pointless to discuss with atheists and fun!
Elogio de la Irreligion
Be the first to review this irteligion Would you like to tell us about a lower price? For example, Euclidean geometry tells us nothing about the actual geometry of the universe that we inhabit. E quindi conclude citando Voltaire: I found it on my shelves and read it as I enjoyed other more mathematical books by Paulos.