Dr. Allan H. Clark
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Toxic Faith

Started this discussion. Last reply by Future yesterday. 10 Replies

This video appeared n YouTube after the Supreme Court decision on gay marriage. It starts quietly, but bit by bit the woman works herself into a frenzy over what she thinks is a violation of God's…Continue

Kierkegaard's paradox of the offense

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If there is one philosopher I thoroughly dislike it's Soren Kierkegaard. As a human being and as a philosopher, I find him repulsive in the extreme. It is not too much to say that his philosophy is…Continue

A Theology of Atheism?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Penn Jun 2. 16 Replies

This opinion piece in this morning's NYTimes suggests that atheists, to become more acceptable to the public, need a common belief system:…Continue

Economic Insecurity in the U.S.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dr. Allan H. Clark May 29. 6 Replies

The Federal Reserve has just published its 2014 report on the economic well-being of Americans and the results are not good.…Continue

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Dr. Allan H. Clark replied to Michael Pianko's discussion Why are so many atheists here so liberal?
"The essential feature of capitalism is private/corporate ownership of the production and distribution of goods and services. A frequent corollary of that definition is limitation of government to the role of protecting private property through…"
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Dr. Allan H. Clark replied to Michael Pianko's discussion Why are so many atheists here so liberal?
"(My previous reply seems to have disappeared into the jaws of the internet, so I will try again.) Conservatives, liberals, and religious believers do not constitute coherent groups with clearly fixed notions. Instead they are groups in which…"
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Dr. Allan H. Clark replied to Michael Pianko's discussion Why are so many atheists here so liberal?
"Conservatives, liberals, and religious believers do not form coherent groups with clearly fixed beliefs—that is oversimplification. To the extent that members of these groups do think alike on certain issues, the mistake is not in their…"
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Future replied to Dr. Allan H. Clark's discussion Toxic Faith
"That's the saddest part of it all. When they could take it any direction, they choose to take it in the direction of self destruction. Barring a natural culling of humanity via disease, there must come a day when resources become so scarce that…"
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Gerald Payne replied to Dr. Allan H. Clark's discussion Toxic Faith
"This woman is not typical of the religious community. Most followers are not mentally disturbed, their perfectly stable individuals who happen to be deluded. However difficult that is to qualify it's a fact no less."
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Dr. Allan H. Clark replied to Dr. Allan H. Clark's discussion Toxic Faith
"When the whole fabric of your belief is illusionary, you can make it into anything you wish."
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Future replied to Dr. Allan H. Clark's discussion Toxic Faith
"Why are these loons so against the thought that their lord and savior is capable of change over thousands of years? Seems to me that if you are a loving god, and you want the best for your flock, then putting them in a finite space like earth with…"
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Daniel W replied to Dr. Allan H. Clark's discussion Toxic Faith
"She may just be mentally ill. She looks to me like someone with a histrionic personality disorder. Im just glad I live 2000 miles from her."
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Michael Penn replied to Dr. Allan H. Clark's discussion Toxic Faith
"The first thing to do is ask this hysterical woman if the court's decission is going to affect her or her family in any way. If the answer is "no," then we have to remind her that people will still be doing in private and behind…"
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Russell Pangborn replied to Dr. Allan H. Clark's discussion Toxic Faith
"She may have held what was a majority opinion thirty years ago. I know religious people who agreed with her that have changed their minds over those years. What is different about her. People can start foaming at the mouth if you do not agree with…"
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Dr. Allan H. Clark replied to Dr. Allan H. Clark's discussion Toxic Faith
"She reminds of a child working itself into hysterics when it has been given a final 'no.'"
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Gerald Payne replied to Dr. Allan H. Clark's discussion Toxic Faith
"This woman's mental problems seem to be a manifestation of divine command ethics. It's a graphic description of the consequences of indoctrinated child abuse. Paul Cliteur in 'The secular outlook' explained the…"
Friday
Dr. Allan H. Clark replied to Michael Pianko's discussion Why are so many atheists here so liberal?
"Many  years ago a prominent mathematician and a small group of graduate students, of whom I was one, were discussing politics, in particular civil rights and the mistreatment of black people in America. One student raised a similar…"
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At 11:41am on June 11, 2013, Luara said…

According to something I found online, the conversation between the robot and its creator is actually in Penrose's Shadows of the Mind, pgs 179-190.  The creator is "Albert Imperator". 

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