Stathis Papaioannou wrote:
George Levy writes:
One more point for Stathis: If atheism is not a religion, then zero is not a number.
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

As far as I know atheists believe in  no god ( B~G  or equivalently B( G=f )  ) and agnostics do not commit themselves to believing in god. (~BG) . In that sense atheists are true believers. You are confusing the instance with the class. The fact that zero represents a null value does not mean that its status as a number is nil. The fact that atheists believe in zero god does not mean they do not believe in anything.


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