CFI Feed Your Brain: I Don't Need God to be Inspired

  • October 7, 2012 · 11:00 AM
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CFI-LA's FEED YOUR BRAIN Lecture Series

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I Don’t Need God to be Inspired

Religious people often assume that those without a belief in the supernatural cannot find beauty and inspiration in this world. Non-believers know that meaning in this world is of their own making and not dictated by a higher being, which evolutionary psychologist Elisabeth Cornwell will discuss.


Cornwell, who has been with the Richard Dawkins Foundation since its inception and is its executive director, also is on the Board of Directors of CFI’s Council for Secular Humanism. Her innovative ideas include the OUT Campaign, Non-Believers Giving Aid, the science vignettes, the Four Horsemen and other DVDs, and bringing childcare to national conferences. She has worked to create an atmosphere of cooperation within the secular movement, bringing Dawkins and other speakers to conferences and university campuses across the U.S. and Canada.
Cornwell has published in the popular press on matters ranging from science to women’s issues. USA Today listed her as one of the prominent women in the Freethought community. Through her leadership, the Dawkins Foundation will continue to influence and expand the ideas and values of secularism on a global level.


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The Center for Inquiry-Los Angeles is a non-profit educational organization whose mission is to "To promote and defend reason, science, and freedom of inquiry in all areas of human endeavor." CFI organizations publish Skeptical Inquirer and Free Inquiry magazines. See www.CFIWest.org for more information, or call (323) 666-9797.

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  • Gary H

    Very nice lecture. We need to be reminded that rationalists, skeptics and atheists can get warm and fuzzy and comfortable with inspiration. The religious and spiritual seekers do not have a monopoly in inspiration. - Gary

    October 8, 2012

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