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Dawkinite

Dawkinite (plural Dawkinites). One who shares the scientific and philosophical views of Richard Dawkins; an atheist; a materialist. [quotations ▽].

Dawkinite is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Dawkinite books and related discussion.

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A Critique of Dawkins' Atheistic Argument from Improbability
A Dawkinsite might reply that a set of laws like L is improbable because those laws imply the existence of an improbably complex being (a G-being). However ...
Kropotkin 6'9" the Birth of Ecology - Reason in Revolt
the Dawkinites instead insist that “all aspects of living systems are to be understood, ultimately, as an outgrowth of competition for reproductive success and that ...

Suggested News Resources

Richard Dawkins prayer row: 5 things it taught me about religion in Britain
Not just because I think he would be a marvellous advocate for Christianity, but also primarily because my hearts desire and prayer for the Dawkinites, is that they may be saved.
The Daily Mail and Telegraph get it wrong on Arctic sea ice, again
If the graun was properly Dawkinsite about GW it would be screaming "aaaaaaagh we're all fucking doomed" everyday in a very sciency voice. Frankly going "you know, we really must get around to pointing the car around from Beachy Head and hurtling ...
Why the religious kill
For all the screeching lobbies of this or that, from Trades Unionism to LGBT lobbies to Dawkinsite NuAtheists and etc etc ???
St Peter's seminary – a second coming for Scotland's modernist masterpiece?
Scotland's most significant modernist building, St Peter's seminary near Glasgow – built in 1966 and abandoned in 1980 – lies in ruins. But plans are afoot to resurrect this battered masterpiece and give it a second, secular life.
Why Christians should embrace a secular society
France's much-vaunted principle of laïcité [secularism] is not fit for purpose in the modern world, according to one of its most senior ministers. It is a core principle of French civil society: religion has no influence in policy-making.

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