Faith in Faithlessness: An Anthology of Atheism
Black Rose Books Ltd., 2008 - Philosophy - 417 pages
With the rise of religious fundamentalism worldwide, express disbelief in God(s) has become a taboo. In the last few years, however, atheism has witnessed a resurgence. This book contributes to the reassertion of “godlessness” as a philosophical and moral stance. Part One includes historic defenses of atheism (from Baron d'Holbach, Feuerbach, Nietzsche, Marx, Emma Goldman, Bakunin, Paine, Russell, and Freud), while contributions from contemporary nonbelievers from the political and arts communities make up Part Two.
Andrea Levy has published widely on the ecology and peace movements.
Dimitri Roussopoulos is an author and editor whose most recent work documents the New Left.
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Why I Am an Unbeliever
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How ls Atheism to Be Characterized?
Why There Almost Certainly ls No God
God and the Constitution
The Essence ofreligion in General
God and the State
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On the Scopes Trial
ln the Service ofthe Death Fixation