An American author, philosopher and neuroscientist,
is one of the "Four Horsemen of New Atheism," alongside Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, and the late Christopher Hitchens. He advocates separation of church and state and scientific skepticism, and is a critic of religion and a proponent of the liberty to criticize it."Only the atheist realizes how morally objectionable it is for survivors of a catastrophe to believe themselves spared by a loving God while this same God drowned infants in their cribs."
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|Why We Do What We Do And Why It Matters|
When we wake up each day, I am certain many of us forget the priorities of the day before. We all have our little mental tricks; the internal clock; nature's alarm. But how much of yesterday's plan remains?