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Sep
30
1996
Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 16 issue 4

Gordon Stein (1941-1996)

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Many of the innovations in science and philosophy have come from unbelievers, some of whom died for their "unbeliefs." Without unbelief, we might well be living in the Dark Ages or at least in the intellectual equivalent of that time.

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