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Dr. Stef Aupers: Conspiracy theories between secular scepticism and religious salvation
A Public Lecture by Conspiracy & Democracy Visiting Fellow Stef Aupers (Erasmus University of Rotterdam) In the social sciences, a conspiracy theory is often disqualified as 'irrational'...
Religion, Atheism and Scepticism for Chipmunks
Click to tweet: http://clicktotweet.com/mX79n . Yes, i've speeded up the video to fit in four minutes! Right, basically there are a number of misconceptions ...
The Triangle Lecture - Part 1: LaVeyan Scepticism
In this series I try to explain the three traditions a Theistic Satanist might draw on and, in Part 1, why religious Satanism may be unique in its embracing ...
Exploring Abrahamic Religions, with Guy Stroumsa
This week we are delighted to bring you the first of four interviews on ancient religious scepticism, hosted by our guest interviewer Tim Whitmarsh of the Un...
Paul Kurtz - Skepticism and Religion | For Good Reason
Paul Kurtz talks about how skepticism is continuous with the methods of science, and why skepticism and science should apply to religion. He explains why he ...
Socrates on trial, with Bettany Hughes
The final video in our series of ancient religious scepticism features the acclaimed historian, author and broadcaster Dr Bettany Hughes in conversation with...
Monotheism, Disbelief and the Hebrew Bible, with Francesca Stavrakopoulou
In the third interview in our series on ancient religious scepticism, Professor Tim Whitmarsh talks to Professor Francesca Stavrakopoulou from the University...
The Philosophy of Ancient Atheism, with David Sedley
An interview for www.classicsconfidential.co.uk In the second interview in our mini-series on ancient religious scepticism, Tim Whitmarsh talks to Professor ...
Michael Shermer: Why people believe weird things
http://www.ted.com Why do people see the Virgin Mary on cheese sandwiches or hear demonic lyrics in "Stairway to Heaven"? Using video, images and music, prof...
Dorset Humanists - Prof. Chris French on Scepticism
Dorset Humanists are a non-religious group of Humanists and Atheists who meet at least once a month in Bournemouth, Dorset, England. www.DorsetHumanists.co.uk.
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