Month: February 2022

Secular Humanism in the Post-Enlightenment Age,Nicole Scott,Free Inquiry

The secular humanist, atheist, and agnostic community places great emphasis on reason—on our ability as humans to reason from assumptions to conclusions, to think critically, and to arrive at the truth. We also believe reasoned argument will allow us to convince others when they are mistaken. We like to think that our superior reason explains …

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The Angels of Mons and Elsewhere – Part One: The Bowmen and Other Legends,Scott Wood,The Skeptic

This article originally appeared in The Skeptic, Volume 18, Issue 1, from 2005 Extracts from The Sunday Times, 30th August 1914: Regiments were grievously injured, and the broken army fought its way desperately with many stands, forced backwards and ever backwards by the sheer unconquerable mass of numbers of an enemy prepared to throw away …

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OPEN DISCUSSION FEBRUARY 2022 Moderator Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science

Read More Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science This thread has been created for discussion on themes relevant to Reason and Science for which there are not currently any dedicated threads. Please note that our Comment Policy applies as usual. There is a link to this at the foot of the page. If you …

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