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Biologist Anthony Cashmore thinks belief in free will is akin to belief in “magic” and we have “free will genes” actively deceiving us into believing that we have free will!
Yikes. An exceptionally clear discussion of biologist Anthony Cashmore’s ideas about free will is at physorg.com today. Here’s Cashmore’s basic thesis: In a recent study, Cashmore has argued that a belief in free will is akin to religious beliefs, since neither … Continue reading
Atheist biologist Jerry Coyne, at his blog, gave the following title to one of his recent posts: Christians want orca stoned to death In the post, Jerry Coyne breathlessly announced: The Rightly Concerned website, an arm of the religious, right-wing … Continue reading