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Name:Richard Dawkins The God Delusion 128kbps Unabridged MakeGreatMusic net

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2000 - The God Delusion (The End).mp3 (Size: 462.51 MB) (Files: 69)

 2000 - The God Delusion (The End).mp3

57.33 KB

 1004 - Ch 10 - The Mother of All Burkas.mp3

17.91 MB

 1003 - Ch 10 - Inspiration.mp3

1.69 MB

 1002 - Ch 10 - Consolation.mp3

11.94 MB

 1001 - Ch 10 - Binker.mp3

5.43 MB

 1000 - Chapter 10 - A Much Needed Gap.mp3

1.51 MB

 0905 - Ch 09 - Religious Education as a Part of a Literary Culture.mp3

4.80 MB

 0904 - Ch 09 - Consciousness-Raising Again.mp3

4.09 MB

 0903 - Ch 09 - An Educational Scandal.mp3

8.20 MB

 0902 - Ch 09 - In Defence of Children.mp3

7.41 MB

 0901 - Ch 09 - Physical and Mental Abuse.mp3

12.98 MB

 0900 - Chapter 09 - Childhood - Abuse and the Escape from Religion.mp3

6.75 MB

 0806 - Ch 08 - How Moderation in Faith Fosters Fanaticism.mp3

8.99 MB

 0805 - Ch 08 - The Great Beethoven Fallacy.mp3

5.12 MB

 0804 - Ch 08 - Faith and the Sanctity of Human Life.mp3

9.51 MB

 0803 - Ch 08 - Faith and Homosexuality.mp3

3.61 MB

 0802 - Ch 08 - The Dark Side of Absolutism.mp3

3.68 MB

 0801 - Ch 08 - Fundamentalism and the Subversion of Science.mp3

5.64 MB

 0800 - Chapter 08 - What's Wrong With Religion - Why Be So Hostile.mp3

2.12 MB

 0705 - Ch 07 - What About Hitler and Stalin.mp3

9.16 MB

 0704 - Ch 07 - The Moral Zeitgeist.mp3

12.17 MB

 0703 - Ch 07 - Love Thy Neighbour.mp3

11.20 MB

 0702 - Ch 07 - Is The New Testament Any Better.mp3

5.45 MB

 0701 - Ch 07 - The Old Testament.mp3

17.10 MB

 0700 - Chapter 07 - The Good Book and the Changing Moral Zeitgeist.mp3

1.22 MB

 0603 - Ch 06 - If There is No God - Why Be Good.mp3

9.78 MB

 0602 - Ch 06 - A Case Study in the Roots of Morality.mp3

5.42 MB

 0601 - Ch 06 - Does Our Moral Sense Have a Darwinian Origin.mp3

11.31 MB

 0600 - Chapter 06 - The Roots of Morality - Why Are We Good.mp3

4.75 MB

 0507 - Ch 05 - Cargo Cults.mp3

6.31 MB

 0506 - Ch 05 - Tread Softly Because You Tread on My Memes.mp3

15.34 MB

 0505 - Ch 05 - Psychologically Primed for Religion.mp3

16.59 MB

 0504 - Ch 05 - Religion as a By-Product of Something Else.mp3

9.41 MB

 0503 - Ch 05 - Group Selection.mp3

3.25 MB

 0502 - Ch 05 - Direct Advantages of Religion.mp3

4.24 MB

 0501 - Ch 05 - The Darwinian Imperative.mp3

5.63 MB

 0500 - Chapter 05 - The Roots of Religion.mp3

202.28 KB

 0407 - Ch 04 - An Interlude at Cambridge.mp3

10.73 MB

 0406 - Ch 04 - The Anthropic Principle - Cosmological Version.mp3

14.04 MB

 0405 - Ch 04 - The Anthropic Principle - Planetary Version.mp3

9.95 MB

 0404 - Ch 04 - The Worship of Gaps.mp3

13.15 MB

 0403 - Ch 04 - Irreducible Complexity.mp3

9.58 MB

 0402 - Ch 04 - Natural Selection as a Consciousness-Raiser.mp3

5.89 MB

 0401 - Ch 04 - The Ultimate Boeing 747.mp3

2.60 MB

 0400 - Chapter 04 - Why There Almost Certainly is No God.mp3

205.02 KB

 0308 - Ch 03 - Bayesian Arguments.mp3

5.36 MB

 0307 - Ch 03 - Pascals Wager.mp3

2.43 MB

 0306 - Ch 03 - The Argument from Admired Religious Scientists.mp3

8.61 MB

 0305 - Ch 03 - The Argument from Scripture.mp3

7.23 MB

 0304 - Ch 03 - The Argument from Personal Experience.mp3

6.90 MB

 0303 - Ch 03 - The Argument from Beauty.mp3

1.95 MB

 0302 - Ch 03 - The Ontological Argument and Other a priori Arguments.mp3

7.06 MB

 0301 - Ch 03 - Thomas Aquinas Proofs.mp3

3.75 MB

 0300 - Chapter 03 - Arguments for Gods Existence.mp3

241.02 KB

 0208 - Ch 02 - Little Green Men.mp3

6.12 MB

 0207 - Ch 02 - The Neville Chamberlain School of Evolutionists.mp3

4.30 MB

 0206 - Ch 02 - The Great Prayer Experiment.mp3

6.11 MB

 0205 - Ch 02 - NOMA.mp3

9.75 MB

 0204 - Ch 02 - The Poverty of Agnosticism.mp3

10.63 MB

 0203 - Ch 02 - Secularism the Founding Fathers and the Religion of America.mp3

9.99 MB

 0202 - Ch 02 - Monotheism.mp3

2.46 MB

 0201 - Ch 02 - Polytheism.mp3

6.66 MB

 0200 - Chapter 02 - The God Hypothesis.mp3

1.96 MB

 0102 - Ch 01 - Undeserved Respect.mp3

4.02 MB

 0101 - Ch 01 - Deserved Respect.mp3

12.34 MB

 0100 - Chapter 01 - A Deeply Religious Non-Believer.mp3

177.36 KB

 0011 - Preface.mp3

7.86 MB

 0010 - In Memoriam - Douglas Adams (1952-2001).mp3

378.20 KB

 0001 - The God Delusion (Intro).mp3

130.81 KB
 

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Torrent description

Richard Dawkins - The God Delusion - Unabridged

About the author

Richard Dawkins was born in Nairobi, Kenya and studied at Oxford University, graduating in 1962. He became assistant professor of zoology at the University of California at Berkeley in 1967, and then returned to Oxford, where he held academic posts beginning in 1975. Dawkins is best known for popularizing the theories of sociobiology--the study of social behavior in human beings and animals--in the context of evolution, in his book The Selfish Gene (1976).

Synopsis

As the author of many classic works on science and philosophy, Richard Dawkins has always asserted the irrationality of belief in God and the grievous harm it has inflicted on society. He now turns his fierce intellect exclusively on to this subject denouncing its faulty logic and the suffering it causes. While Europe is becoming increasingly secularised, the rise of religious fundamentalism, whether in the Middle East or Middle America, dramatically and dangerously dividing the world. In many countries religious dogma from medieval times still serves to abuse basic human rights. And all from a belief in a God whose existence lacks evidence of any kind.

Editorial Reviews

From Publishers Weekly

The antireligion wars started by Daniel Dennett and Sam Harris will heat up even more with this salvo from celebrated Oxford biologist Dawkins. For a scientist who criticizes religion for its intolerance, Dawkins has written a surprisingly intolerant book, full of scorn for religion and those who believe. But Dawkins, who gave us the selfish gene, anticipates this criticism. He says it's the scientist and humanist in him that makes him hostile to religions—fundamentalist Christianity and Islam come in for the most opprobrium—that close people's minds to scientific truth, oppress women and abuse children psychologically with the notion of eternal damnation. While Dawkins can be witty, even confirmed atheists who agree with his advocacy of science and vigorous rationalism may have trouble stomaching some of the rhetoric: the biblical Yahweh is -psychotic, Aquinas proofs of Gods existence are fatuous and religion generally is nonsense. The most effective chapters are those in which Dawkins calms down, for instance, drawing on evolution to disprove the ideas behind intelligent design. In other chapters, he attempts to construct a scientific scaffolding for atheism, such as using evolution again to rebut the notion that without God there can be no morality. He insists that religion is a divisive and oppressive force, but he is less convincing in arguing that the world would be better and more peaceful without it. (Oct. 18)

From Scientific American

Richard Dawkins, in The God Delusion, tells of his exasperation with colleagues who try to play both sides of the street: looking to science for justification of their religious convictions while evading the most difficult implications—the existence of a prime mover sophisticated enough to create and run the universe, - to say nothing of mind reading millions of humans simultaneously. Such an entity, he argues, would have to be extremely complex, raising the question of how it came into existence, how it communicates —through spiritons!—and where it resides. Dawkins is frequently dismissed as a bully, but he is only putting theological doctrines to the same kind of scrutiny that any scientific theory must withstand. No one who has witnessed the merciless dissection of a new paper in physics would describe the atmosphere as overly polite.

From Bookmarks Magazine

Richard Dawkins's latest book raises the question of style over substance. As in his well-known books The Selfish Gene, The Blind Watchmaker, and River Out of Eden, the renowned evolutionary biologist has done his homework, and argues with precision and a fair glaze of wit. But Dawkins can't restrain his vitriol for those that have put their faith in religion, to the point that he comes off as rabid as those believers whose eyes he yearns to open. This fatal flaw knocks his book down a rung or two for critics, many of whom seem inclined to believe in Dawkins, if only he weren't so preachy.

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