Same Arguments, Different Movements
Categories : The Critics, Post-Wedge World, The New Atheists
Editor : MikeGene
published: vendredi 26 janvier 2007 4:40:55
Here’s Michael Shermer writing in Science Magazine:
The data have spoken. The God Delusion is a runaway bestseller, a market testimony to the hunger many people—far more, I now think, than polls reveal—have for someone in a position of prestige and power to speak for them in such an eloquent voice. Dawkins's latest book deserves multiple readings, not just as an important work of science, but as a great work of literature. (emphasis added)
The God Delusion is “an important work of science?” Isn’t it odd how a popular anti-religious book, which reports no new experiments or data, and was not peer-reviewed, has become an Important Work of Science?