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Re: [KC-Midtown-FreeThinkers] Sam Harris - Death and the Present Moment

From: Zach P.
Sent on: Thursday, August 9, 2012 11:21 AM
You're right, Sam Harris is an intellectual superstar in my book.  If anyone subscribes to his mailing list, then you may be aware that there is a controversy going on that I was unaware of until yesterday.  There seems to be some out there, even from our camp, seriously accusing Sam Harris of being racist (perhaps most notably, PZ Myers).  I have read most of sam's books multiple times and watched just about every video of his lectures, many of them multiple times, and have never seen a hint of anything that could be construed as sam being racist.  I need to look more into the specific charges leveled against him, but maybe someone else out there has some insight on the matter?

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On Aug 9, 2012, at 10:01 AM, cole morgan <[address removed]> wrote:

Sam Harris is great as usual.  This was 2012 April at the Celebration of Reason.


Sam Harris - Death and the Present Moment

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