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March 14: Albert Einstein

Said Einstein, “I believe in Spinoza’s God… not in a God who concerns himself with the fates and actions of human beings.”

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July 30: E. Haldeman-Julius

E. Haldeman-Julius (1889) It was on this date, July 30, 1889, that Emanuel Julius was born in a Philadelphia tenement – later to become known as the book publisher E. Haldeman-Julius. Emanuel left school at age 13 to seek his

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July 28: Ludwig Andreas von Feuerbach

Ludwig Andreas von Feuerbach (1804) On this date, July 28, 1804, the German philosopher Ludwig Andreas von Feuerbach was born in Landshut in Bavaria. As a young student of Hegel at Heidelberg, Feuerbach wrote to a friend, “Theology I can

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A Rant on The Catholic Encyclopedia entry on “Atheism”

This post is based on The Catholic Encyclopedia entry on “Atheism”. To better understand my rant, I suggest that you head over to this web page and read up in their entry. If you are a Freethinker, I guarantee it

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Arguments for benevolent theism eventual break down to malevolent polytheism

How all arguments for benevolent theism eventual break down to malevolent polytheism. Part one. In this multiple part series I will be discussing in depth how all arguments for benevolent theisms (wether poly or not) are merely a moving of

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John Mill