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Morality vs Religion by Dr. Onkar Ghate, Senior Fellow at the Ayn Rand Institute

This event was posted at the request of the Ayn Rand Study Group, the sponsor of the presentation. We list it because the topic is of interest to our members. Minnesota Atheists is not affiliated with the Ayn Rand Study Group or the Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights.

Please join the University of Minnesota's Ayn Rand Study Group as it welcomes Dr. Onkar Ghote.

How many times have you heard it said that without religion, morality is impossible? Good and evil would lose their meaning and no one would bother to do the right thing.  But what if the truth is actually the opposite? What if, on a proper conception of morality, religion is the enemy of the good? In this provocative talk Dr. Onkar Ghote explores these questions from the unique perspective of Ayn Rand's radical rethinking of morality.  An extended Q&A will follow the talk.

The cost to attend this event is $5.oo

For more information

http://www.aynrand.org/site/PageServer?pagename=media_OnkarGhate

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  • August B.

    This is a fascinating topic and I wish I could attend. I'm glad this Meetup brought it to my attention.

    May 1, 2012

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