Bog kot zabloda
Publish date: 2007
Pages no: 416
Edition language: Slovenian
, Popular Science
“Science can chip away at agnosticism, in a way that Huxley bent over backwards to deny for the special of God. I am arguing that, notwithstanding the polite abstinence of Huxley, Gould and many others, the God question is not in principle and forever outside the remit of science. As with the nature...
✪✪✪✪✪ 5 starsThis was an intense and very thought provoking read. It's anything but light and Dawkins certainly likes to pack a punch.I imagine with this one that Dawkins is perhaps already preaching to the converted though as I think they are the only ones that would consider picking this one up. I...
No, not perfect in its argumentation; and yes, Dawkins is preachy. However, considering what and whom he's up against I'm inclined to forgive him his flaws.
I have issues with a couple things in this book (comparing religious indoctrination to sexual abuse, mainly), but overall I'm really glad that I read it. Even more glad that I went back and *re-read* it almost immediately, because it is not the type of book you just breeze through once. There are po...
This took me a while to get through, not because it was bad, but because there is a lot of information and material to get through and understand (and I had to take multiple breaks to get away from the realistic, logical arguments and read something fun).Overall, I think this was very well written. ...
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