Religion is just a Tree of Lies with many branches and its long evolution is explained in this link: Evolution of Superstition to Religion
My trifecta of disbelief, I am a atheist, antitheist, and antireligionist supported by science, archaeology, and philosophy.
I am a Axiological Atheist to be specific.
Axiological atheism: (Ethical/Value theory Reasoned and Moral Argument driven) Atheism, Anti-theism, Anti-religionism, and Secular Humanism. Or simpler axiological atheism = Strong Disbelief as well as Strong Secularism and Humanism. For more on this click Axiological Atheism Explained
I am a strong atheist meaning: either as the general position that denies the existence of any gods or the limited position that denies the existence of some specific god (but not necessarily others). The first definition is the most common and what most people understand as the definition of strong atheism. The second definition is used is specific contexts when trying to explain atheists’ varying approaches to the question of the existence of gods. Strong atheism is also sometimes defined as claiming to know that no god or gods exists. This goes a step beyond simply believing that it is false that any gods exist because you can believe something is false without also claiming to know for sure that it is false. This definition is the one typically used to criticize strong atheism by arguing that it’s impossible to know that no gods can or do exist, ergo strong atheism must be illogical, contradictory, or at least as much a religious faith as theism. The general definition of strong atheism is sometimes treated as the definition of atheism itself, without qualifications applied. This is incorrect. The general definition of atheism is simply the absence of belief in gods and this definition applies to all atheists. Only those atheists who take the extra step of denying some or all gods fit under the definition of strong atheism. There is some overlap between strong atheism and positive atheism, explicit atheism, and critical atheism. ref
I am a antitheist meaning: an active opposition to theism. The term has had a range of applications. In secular contexts, it typically refers to direct opposition to organized theistic religion or to the belief in any deity, while in a theistic context it sometimes refers to opposition to a specific god or gods. The Oxford English Dictionary defines antitheist as “One opposed to belief in the existence of a god”. The Chambers Dictionary defines antitheism in three different ways: “doctrine antagonistic to theism; ‘denial’ of the existence of a God; opposition to God.” To be clear, “opposition to God” is not in most meanings a statement that an antitheist believes in a deity but opposes the being in the manner of maltheism, but for various reasons the position that it would be bad or immoral for such a being to exist. All three match Hitchens’ usage, not only a generally anti-religious belief and disbelief in a deity, but also opposition to a god’s existence. The second is synonymous with strong atheism. The third and first, on the other hand, need not be atheistic at all. ref Antitheism, also known pejoratively as “Firebrand atheism” or “militant atheism” (despite having nothing to do with militancy) is the belief that theism and religion are harmful to society and people, and that even if theistic beliefs were true, they would be undesirable. Antitheism, which is often characterized as outspoken opposition to theism and religion, asserts that religious and especially theistic beliefs are harmful and should be discarded in favor of humanism, rationalism, science and other alternatives. Antitheism is a term referring to the belief that theism and religion are not only very likely to be invalid and false, but that they are restricting, dangerous, primitive, and offer no unique benefits. Antitheism addresses the utility and favorability of theistic belief. The resistance of religious moderates against the goals and methods of religious extremist can thus be seen as a relative expression of antitheism, highlighting the inherent rationality of antitheism. ref
I am a antireligionist meaning: an opposition to religion. The term may be used to describe opposition toorganized religion, or to describe a broader opposition to any form of belief in thesupernatural or the divine. Antireligion is distinct from atheism (the absence of a belief in deities) and antitheism (an opposition to belief in deities), although antireligionists may be atheists or antitheists. ref
The way one views or explains the nature of reality often has a great effect on their views of epistemology (knowledge) and axiology (value), such as my being a believer in metaphysical naturalism and metaphysical realism.
Metaphysical Naturalism is the view that “nature is all there is,” or there exists no realm of the supernatural. Similar to just stronger against supernaturalism then methodological naturalism used in the scientific method. Methodological naturalism is a strategy for studying the world, by which only natural causes are assumed, never considering supernatural causes – even as a remote possibility.
Metaphysical realism is the view real world exist independently of our thoughts or perceptions of it. Many philosophers believe metaphysical realism is just plain common sense. Closely linked to scientific realism which at the most general level, is the view that the world described by science is the real world, as it is, independent of what we might take it to be. ref, ref, ref, ref
By Damien Marie AtHope
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