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2000

Humanism at Large, Vol. 20, No. 4


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By Abraham Kneisley
HUMANISM AT LARGE Abraham Kneisley   Students Launch International Campaign The Campus Freethought Alliance (CFA) recently launched a new campaign called “Students Without Borders.” While the CFA has traditionally been basically a North American effort, students are reaching out in an effort to help their fellow freethinkers and skeptics across...

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Books in Brief, Vol. 20, No. 4


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BOOKS IN BRIEF   Mormons in Space Tim Binga Galactic Rapture by Tom Flynn. (Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2000, ISBN 1-57392-754-6) 500 pp., paper, $20.00. This Science Fiction epic combines humor, technology, voyeurism, the Media, Catholicism, and Mormonism into a smooth story that shows what can happen when the media...

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Phantoms in the Brain: Probing the Mysteries of the Human Mind


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By David C. Noelle
REVIEWS Self-Knowledge Through Brain Damage David C. Noelle Phantoms in the Brain: Probing the Mysteries of the Human Mind, by V. S. Ramachandran, M.D., Ph.D. & Sandra Blakeslee, foreword by Oliver Sacks, M.D. (New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1998, ISBN 0-688-15247-3) 328 pp., cloth $27.00. Properties of personality...

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Sep
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2000

Are Atheists More Depressed than Religious People?


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By Franz Buggle
In public, the image of an unhappy and dismal atheist who is haunted by inner doubts and fears and is already paying dearly for his opposition to religion in this life is often conveyed.

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2000

The Real Victims of a Church-State Merger Be Careful What You Wish For


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By Alan M. Dershowitz
The successful status of American religion is to be contrasted with the sorry state of religion throughout most of Europe.

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2000

Morally Straight . . . and Intolerant?


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By Margaret Downey
BSA now joins the ranks of disgraceful private clubs that promote bigotry and prejudice.

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2000

Are We Evolved Yet?


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By Wendy Kaminer
Chopra would probably say that I am insufficiently evolved, (or worse yet, spiritually devolved), like most readers of Free Inquiry.

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2000

The New American Plutocracy


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By Paul Kurtz
The critical question that should concern us is whether the United States is already a plutocracy, and what can be done to limit its power.

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Jun
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2000

When Journalism Collides with Faith


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Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 20 issue 3
By Lewis Vaughn
I am advocating a new kind of religion journalism, one in which the journalist follows wherever the scholarship leads...

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Jun
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2000

SETI and the Religions of Extraterrestrials


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By Jill Tarter
The statement that extraterrestrial intelligence exists or doesn’t can have the parallel statement that God exists or doesn’t.

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