George Levy writes:
I understand Bruno's stand on Machine Theology. After all we are really
talking about the "soul in the machine." It is really controversial but so
what? It will certainly drive the point home.
One more point for Stathis: If atheism is not a religion, then zero is not
We can argue about the precise definition of words, but I think a
fundamental point is missed if religion and atheism are put on a par. It is
like the Christian fundamentalists' demand that "creation science" be taught
in schools alongside evolutionary biology, because nobody can reasonably
claim that evolutionary biology is *certainly* true and "creation science"
There is a clear difference between, on the one hand, believing x despite
the lack of any supporting evidence and, on the other hand, not believing x
because of the lack of any supporting evidence - especially if x is
something inherently bizarre or incredible.
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