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CFI Portland Meetup Group Message Board Announcements › July 10 NPR broadcast: "Atheism and the Well-Lived Life"

July 10 NPR broadcast: "Atheism and the Well-Lived Life"

Wes M.
Portland, OR
Post #: 51
at 8pm on Wednesday July 10, on a program called "Philosophy Talk":

"Atheists don't believe in God – does that mean they don't find life meaningful? Are atheists doomed to be grouchy nihilists, finding meaning only in criticizing theists? Or does a world without God offer its own meanings and values to structure a well-lived life? John and Ken search for a meaningful atheism with Louise Antony from UMass Amherst, editor of Philosophers Without Gods: Meditations on Atheism and the Secular Life. This program was recorded in front of a live audience at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts."


Also, their broadcast right now as I write this is on Darwinism, and their special guest is Daniel Dennett. Good stuff!
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