Christopher Hitchens sigue defendiendo la magnificencia de un universo sin Dios con esta antología, la primera en su género, de las voces más influyentes, de. Una provocadora visita guiada al pensamiento ateo y agnóstico a través de los siglos. Christopher Hitchens sigue defendiendo la magnificencia de un universo .

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Dennett, Richard Dawkins y muchos otros. People make lists of the books that impacted their lives.

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. One thing I did find interesting is how many of the writings echo the sentiments put forth by the new atheists Dawkins, Harris and Hitchens.

xeiste Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Dios no existe by Christopher Hitchens. Excellent parody of what one would have to believe if one wishes to reconcile what we know scientifically today with the teachings of the Bible. A beautiful, astute and eloquent collection of writings from throughout human history tackling human morality, gods and the meaning of life. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.

This book solidified my opinion on collections of essays like this; they are not for me. Some pieces within are inspiring; some are heartbreaking. And there just is no argument against: Please try again later. Any time the JWs come knocking or any other religion or even the scientologists.

I wasn’t planning on buying the book, but just happened to be browsing it at Powell’s when my friend Chris Faatz, one of our great free-range intellectuals and a Buddhiststopped to say hello.


You might find it available at low price. See 1 question about Dios no existe…. This is a collection of some of the greatest Atheistic, or at least skeptical writings, selected and abridged by Hitchens with short introductions to each as well as a longer opening introduction.

I had more, but I lost it because I clicked outside of this damn box. I have the Rubaiyat in the house and may well read the whole thing now. Maybe I will pick it up later. Of course, there are some classics, like Hume’s essay on miracles, Hobbes’ excerpt from Leviathan on religion, and generous helpings of Russell and Spinoza.


To ask other readers questions about Dios no existeplease sign up. It is only when we reach the times of Einstein and Russell that some of the es Hitchens collected about 50 essays on atheism.

Nothing fails more than prayers. Highly recommend for the historical value alone not to mention the essays available for the different realms of the nonbeliever or perhaps I should say the Freethinker.

Especially good are the post-Darwin writings when the last great hurdle to understanding the natural development was squashed. The essay is actually from his book. I was hoping for a book with ideas of good living but not religious. The book is so well written by a person who is or was one of the -undisputedly I presume- best minds of our times that it would equally appeal to a curios reader christophfr for an interestin Thanks to two nights with no sleep, Eiste had the sufficient time on consecutive two nights to read this elegantly written book that never ceased to diod me to the very end.


Hitchens’ collection of Einstein’s writings on religion are, on their own, worth the price of admission.

Dios no existe

Hitchens was a polemicist and intellectual. This book drags at points, but definitely worth the read.

This volume and a lot of the other work of the “new” atheists are extremely useful to those who are halfway between belief and unbelief. Although I am certainly not an atheist, I enjoyed the chritopher. I bought it from Amazon for RS I shall put this book back on the shelf.

Hitchens has truly collected some of the best, and most diverse, thoughts on atheism. Preview — Dios no existe by Christopher Hitchens. He freed dioss from outer religiosity because he made religiosity the inner man. I particularly enjoyed the Omar Khayyam section, which was just beautiful.

This shows up religion for the ridiculous farce that it is. I believe because the Bible is the inerrant word of God.