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Marcus Tullius Cicero replied to Brad Feaker's discussion An atheist manifesto - of sorts... in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Very entertaining, especially the voice that sounds computer generated. Such a voice is congruent with the nominalist perspective with which the author approached the subject. Unfortunately, he has proved nothing except his ignorance of the absolute…"
Sep 7, 2009
Marcus Tullius Cicero replied to OutlawGirl's discussion How to prove God doesn't exist in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Very entertaining, especially the voice that sounds computer generated. Such a voice is congruent with the nominalist perspective with which the author approached the subject. Unfortunately, he has proved nothing except his ignorance of the absolute…"
Sep 7, 2009
Marcus Tullius Cicero replied to Dr. Terence Meaden's discussion ORIGINS: RELIGION IS ABERRANT, ATHEISM IS TRUTH in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Actually, in my experience most atheists have very shallow, almost comic-book understandings of theism, which is reflected by their frequent attacks of what are in fact straw men. Interestingly too, most atheists I have known are…"
Aug 4, 2009
Marcus Tullius Cicero replied to Jim DePaulo's discussion A Speculation on the Origins and Evolution of Theism in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"You assume as fact that genetic makeup determines complex beliefs, then give numerous examples to show the result of the fact; then use those examples as facts that prove the original assumption. BTW, in a different vein, we have proof that the…"
Jul 6, 2009
Marcus Tullius Cicero replied to Jim DePaulo's discussion A Speculation on the Origins and Evolution of Theism in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Your "thesis" is a beautiful example of a concept masquerading as a neutral description of nature."
Jul 6, 2009
Marcus Tullius Cicero replied to Dr. Terence Meaden's discussion ORIGINS: RELIGION IS ABERRANT, ATHEISM IS TRUTH in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Actually, regardless of the truth of atheism, theism is and was the social norm--- statistically, and in terms of "common sense" throughout human history; exceedingly brilliant minds--- for example Newton, or my namesake, Cicero--- were,…"
May 26, 2009
Marcus Tullius Cicero replied to Dr. Terence Meaden's discussion THE UNKINDEST CUT: Origins of Religion, Part 15 in the group ORIGINS: UNIVERSE, LIFE, HUMANKIND, AND DARWIN
"Oh, baloney! What a tempest in a teapot. As a medical doctor, for lo these many decades, I can tell you this is nonsense. Permanent mutilation? Without getting too graphic, I can assure you that having seen many thousands--- and done quite a few on…"
Apr 15, 2009

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At 1:16pm on January 5, 2009, A Former Member said…
Yeah, I know that there is a lot in this world that we cannot control, and we should not let it bother us, but that is easier said than done. When I was doing animal rescue they had this saying: You may save a dog, and it won't change the world, but it will change the world for that one dog.

I'm not sure that I totally agree with your last statement though. I think violence begets violence, as in terrorism, and being rude to someone usually guarantees a rude repsonse, but if you are suggesting that postive thinking begets positive results, I don't think I buy that argument. My experiences don't support that conclusion.
At 3:15pm on January 4, 2009, A Former Member said…
Hi Marcus. Thanks for commenting back. I don't mean to sound all doom and gloom. I am admitadly in a very disjointed state right now, in a bit of a flux, and yes feeling very lonely (and perhaps a bit of self-pity), but I am not feeling self-destructive. I would not go to counseling or take drugs for my attitude because I don't see it as something fixable. It is a genuine response to the reality around me. For example, I am very dissatisfied with how we treat one another, the divisiveness of politics and religion, and the lack of fidelity that we have to our friends and companions. Therapy or drugs won't change that. Make sense?
At 4:47pm on January 3, 2009, A Former Member said…
Welcome to Atheist Nexus.
At 10:26pm on January 2, 2009, Fr33think3r said…
Welcome to A|N.
 
 
 

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