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For the latest material and updates, please visit Naturalism.Org since this page is no longer consistently updated, thanks - TWC.

~ Some articles at Naturalism.Org and Memeing Naturalism:

  • Close encounters of the 4th kind - metaphysical naturalism as an empirically plausible conjecture
  • Respecting privacy: why consciousness isn't even epiphenomenal
  • Naturalism as a positive worldview - conversation with Luke Muehlhauser at Common Sense Atheism
  • Scripting the Future - spacetime and the nature of control.
  • Too Good to Be True, Too Obscure to Explain: The Cognitive Shortcomings of Belief in God, from 50 Voices of Disbelief: Why We Are Atheists, Russell Blackford and Udo Schuklenk, editors
  • Is Naturalism Nihilistic?
  • Causation and Culpability

~Interviews on naturalism and Encountering Naturalism: A Worldview and Its Uses:

  • Dr. Ginger Campbell interviews CFN director Tom Clark on worldview naturalism at Books and Ideas, transcript here.
  • Point of Inquiry interviews with CFN director Tom Clark, here and here.
  • Infidel Guy interview on naturalism.
  • Reasonable Doubts interview with Jeremy Beahan.
  • Interview with Steven Novella at Skeptic's Guide to the Universe.
  • Skeptiko interview with Alex Tsakiris.

~ Naturalism: The Next Step for Humanists? - video presentation on naturalism for the Freethought Association of Western Michigan.

~ Previous:

  • Tennis Without a Net: The Emptiness of the Supernatural Hypothesis - review of The Recalcitrant Imago Dei: Human Persons and the Failure of Naturalism, by J.P. Moreland.
  • Free Will Skepticism: Where Are the Skeptics? - a good debunking needed.
  • Knowledge and the Meaning of Life - the big picture from Carlo Cellucci.
  • The Mitigation Response: Getting Smart on Crime.
  • Salience and Reputation - we need to take immediate action on behalf of global sustainability.
  • Fully Caused - coming to terms with pragmatic determinism.
  • Choosing Irrationality - review of Addiction: A Disorder of Choice, by Gene M. Heyman.
  • Putting epistemology first.
  • Freedom from free will.


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