Podcast #134 – Alex Rosenberg (The Atheist’s Guide to Reality)

follow site We interview philosopher Alex Rosenberg, author of The Atheist’s Guide to Reality: Enjoying Life without Illusions, an examination of the philosophical, ethical and social consequences of a clear understanding of scientific reality. For more about Alex visit his official websiteduke.edu/~alexrose.

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One Response to Podcast #134 – Alex Rosenberg (The Atheist’s Guide to Reality)

  1. qapla says:

    It seems to be an old argument, started by Hume, that you can’t get an “ought” from an “is”. Not realizing to get to any “is” you need a whole series of “oughts”.

    And the oft repeated misunderstanding that “facts” can some how be separate from “values”, which they are not.

    check out Rationally Speaking podcast

    RS32 – Value-free Science?


    RS37 – The Science and Philosophy of Happiness



    Skepticon One pt. 1 Richard Carrier and PZ Myers through pt. 6

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