Sunday, July 31, 2011

Raymond Tallis critiques scientism

Raymond Tallis - Undiscovered | New Humanist, Volume 126, Issue 4, July/August 2011
"A misreading of science has persuaded us that we are no more than our evolved brains. But, argues Raymond Tallis, a more expansive philosophy of humanity is mounting a fight-back"

This article makes a good start, but it's still a bit fuzzy. It could have been much better; the author could have delved deeper into the ideology of scientism that keeps the atheist/humanist/skeptics movement willfully ignorant of history and society.

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