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Podcast #263 – Too Faithful to Be Faithless

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May 15 in freethought history…

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April 19 in freethought history…

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April 15 in freethought history…

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April 13 in freethought history…

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April 10 in freethought history…

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February 22 in freethought history…

February 22, 1788 – Philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer is born in what is now Gdansk, Poland. He is best known for his magnum opus The World As Will and Representation. His belief in the will-to-life as the underlying force in the world … Continue reading

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February 21 in freethought history…

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February 4 in freethought history…

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