Review: The Fracture of an Illusion: Science and the Dissolution of Religion

Published 18 March 2012 by lordgriggs

Review: The Fracture of an Illusion: Science and the Dissolution of Religion

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One comment on “Review: The Fracture of an Illusion: Science and the Dissolution of Religion

  • Science indeed does have its say against the superstition called religion!
    First, we naturalists dispose of arguments for God and then note how the supernaturalists come to them without engaging in the genetic fallacy, and per Lamberth’s genetic argument, it’s the supernaturlists who themselves note why they use their arguments that we evince with natural foundations such as projection and so forth as they insist on the arguments from happiness-purpose and from angst, for which they provide no evidence whilst the evidence we do have counters those two arguments anyway.
    The supernaturalists engage in reduced animism as that is what theism is to obtain their happiness-purpose and to abandon angst when they are responsible for making their own happiness and purposes and getting therapy to overcome any angst! Yet, they bemoan that divine lack of purpose as their being forelorne. Thus, they commit the fallacy of arguing from misery- ad misercordiam.
    All should read Albert Ellis’s ” The Myth of Self-Esteem” and Robert Price’s ” The Reason-Driven Life” for that more abundant life that that Galilean cult leader never would have known!

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