15.10.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - Can RichardDawkins really contend that the nature of our religious beliefs can best be compared to the spreading of a flu virus? Liddle weighs up the evidence from all sides and the answers that are presented throw up many thought-provoking arguments
Clinton RichardDawkins, FRS, FRSL (born 26 March 1941) is an English ethologist, evolutionary biologist and author. He is an emeritus fellow of New College, Oxford, and was the University of Oxford's Professor for Public Understanding of Science from 1995 until 2008.
04.10.2012 [Broadcast Newsroom] - Horvath says, "One of the things that confused me was how some of the atheists howled with rage with how the RichardDawkins of my story responded to his situation while other atheists not only agreed with me on how Dawkins would respond, but said they
13.02.2011 Fifth (and last) part of the 2007 documentary The Irrational Health Service. Biologist and professor RichardDawkins examines the growing suspicion the public has for science based medicine, despite its track record of successes like ...
19.10.2012 [Fairbanks Daily News-Miner] - Predictably, one of the keynote speakers was Professor RichardDawkins, author of “The God Delusion.” Dawkins claims that “faith is an evil.” He calls monotheism (belief in the one God) “the great unmentionable evil,” and the Old Testament, “a barbaric
19.10.2012 [The Guardian (blog)] - This week's bestsellers. 1. Great British Weather Disasters. by Philip Eden £14.24. 2. Bad Science. by Ben Goldacre £6.74. 3. Selfish Gene. by RichardDawkins £6.74. 4. In Defence of Dogs. by John Bradshaw £6.74. 5. Bounce. by Matthew Syed £6.74
19.10.2012 [Calgary Herald] - It's a humble mission, but I'm not a hardline atheist like RichardDawkins or Christopher Hitchens, who argue that religion poisons everything. Predisposed as we are to want answers to impossible questions, faith is, for the foreseeable future, a part
19.10.2012 [This is Bristol] - that'll have the likes of RichardDawkins and Ben Goldacre applauding wildly. There are clever references to all the classic monster movies from Dracula to Godzilla, a nod to Gremlins, and a climax drawn directly from James Whale's 1931 Frankenstein.
16.10.2012 [Scholars and Rogues] - Given the course of Campaign 2012, the idea that Americans are trending toward less religion probably sounds ludicrous. But maybe not. In response to an audience question last night, RichardDawkins said he's “optimistic” about the future of religion.
17.10.2012 [Patheos (blog)] - Chris Stedman has written the book I didn't know I needed to read after finishing RichardDawkins' The God Delusion. After discussing Sam Harris's Letter to a Christian Nation. After considering Christopher Hitchens' God is Not Great (still sitting on
24.09.2012 [SDP Noticias] - Es un neologismo acuñado por RichardDawkins. Continuando con una explicación más extensa que no pienso copiar y pegar en este escrito. Mi explicación es un poco más sencilla, efectivamente es una teoría de la difusión de la cultura, son imágenes