Damien Marie AtHope Chats With Matt Dillahunty on Atheism and Philosophy

Damien Marie AtHope Chats With Matt Dillahunty on Atheism and Philosophy I wanted to talk with Matt Dillahunty as I was automatically impressed the first time I heard him present himself, he seemed to be both a thoughtful teacher and a willing learner, which I not only admire in others I strive or this in myself as well. And, was then only further persuaded of his value in idea articulation something I highly enjoy. I love thinking on the layers of thinking. While talking to him I felt I had found a cool person that is doing the world a service in adding in how others approach thinking and what stems from what we think. After talking to him I feel we are closer as friends and I look forward to many more productive conversations.    Matt Dillahunty | Facebook Matt Dillahunty – Wikipedia Matt Dillahunty – Wikiquote Matt Dillahunty – RationalWiki Matt Dillahunty (@Matt_Dillahunty) · Twitter Matt Dillahunty – YouTube Atheist Experience: Matt Dillahunty Matt Dillahunty is creating Videos | Patreon mattdillahunty | Debates Matt Dillahunty Tickets | Event Dates & Schedule | Ticketmaster.com Here is a video on this subject of belief by Matt Dillahunty Damien Marie AtHope (axiological atheist) http://damienmarieathope.com/ I am an Axiological Atheist, with a Rationalist Persuasion, who Supports Anarcho-Humanism: http://damienmarieathope.com/2018/01/i-am-an-axiological-atheist-with-a-rationalist-persuasion-who-supports-anarcho-humanism/ Damien Marie AtHope: Axiological Atheist, Anti-theist, Anti-religionist, Secular Humanist. Rationalist, Writer, Artist, Poet, Philosopher, Advocate, Activist, with schooling in Psychology and Sociology as well as an Autodidact in Science, Archeology, Anthropology, and Philosophy. Damien Promotes Science, Realism, Axiology, Liberty, Justice, Ethics, Anarchism, Socialism, Progressivism, Liberalism, Philosophy, Psychology, Archaeology, and Anthropology; advocating for Sexual, Gender, Child, Secular, LGBTQIA+, Race,...

Here is why “Reason is my only master”

Here is why “Reason is my only master” The most Base Presupposition begins in reason. Reason is needed for logic (logic is realized by the aid of reason enriching its axioms). Logic is needed for axiology/value theory (axiology is realized by the aid of logic). Axiology is needed for epistemology (epistemology is realized by aid of axiology value judge and enrich its value assumptions as valid or not). Epistemology is needed for a good ontology (ontology is realized by the aid of epistemology justified assumptions/realizations/conclusions). Then when one possesses a good ontology (fortified with valid and reliable reason and evidence) they can then say they know the ontology of that thing. So, I think, right thinking is reason. Right reason is logic. Right logic, can be used for mathematics and from there we can get to science. And, by this methodological approach, we get one of the best ways of knowing the scientific method.   Reasons for or Types of Atheism My Blog, My Memes & Short-writing or Quotes Here is my external pages or content: Facebook Witter Page, My YouTube, My Linkedin, Twitter: @AthopeMarie, Instagram: damienathope, Personal Facebook Page, Secondary Personal Facebook Page, Main Atheist Facebook Page, Secondary Atheist Facebook Page, Facebook Leftist Political Page, Facebook Group: Atheist for Non-monogamy, Facebook Group: (HARP) Humanism, Atheism, Rationalism, & Philosophy and My...

Reason, Morality, and Emotions?

Reason and Emotions? I wish more than simply inspiring doubt in gods and religion. I wish to expose the errors in believing that allows Belief to be maintained as reasonable, warranted, justified or supported. I wish to highlight the many errors in the thinking offered as well as the many faulty presuppositions used trying to maintain as reasonable, warranted, justified or supported; removing all of their credibility to believe in them or to keep believing. Just remember a simple rule all beliefs need something to support them or they are at best unsupported accepted assertions, arguments or ideas. At worst completely baseless, misinterpreted confusions, or outright falsehoods. See it’s like this, if one feels something requires faith (unsupported cognition of acceptance) to see the thing as real; without realizing it, one has affirmed that such a thing is not likely a true part of reality. My atheism is a fell defended and philosophically rich nonbelief/disbelief position or style and its well supported thinking of axiological atheism. Axiological (value theory or value science; a social science) atheist. Or put it in an easier way think of it kind of like moral argument reasoned and ethical driven strong atheism (disbelief in god’s). I wish to be a friend to the world. I offer myself, all I have, hoping to do all I can. Often kindness is a gift, an act of love, honoring the valued dignity of others. Eyes of hate will always find a victim, whereas eyes of love may always find a friend. One cannot simply demand respect for their character, instead, it requires that one must demonstrate it’s virtue. Even...

Aron Ra & Damien Marie AtHope: Discuss Using Anthropology/Archaeology & Prehistory/History Against Religions

Aron Ra & Damien Marie AtHope: Discuss Using Anthropology/Archaeology & Prehistory/History Against Religions I happily gave AronRa‘s book “Foundational Falsehoods of Creationism” five stars. AronRa – YouTube , Aron Ra | Facebook, Aron Ra (@Aron_Ra) · Twitter, AronRa – RationalWiki I already had liked Aron Ra both as a person and an atheist but this book has increased my respect. I was thinking that this was just going to be a rehashing of things I already knew. But no, my friend, this book is so much more. There is so much I enjoyed and appreciated, I was impressed, to say the least. Aron Ra in this book demonstrates how he is a teacher and how he is obviously well-versed in evolutionary biology and the refutation of creationist pseudoscience. I was overjoyed when I read Aron Ra say, “Some may see this as gnostic atheism, in his new book, “Foundational Falsehoods of Creationism” Aron Ra makes clear, he is a gnostic atheist. Which I call it everything but that word, preferring positive” / “strong” / “hard” atheists. Alternatively, to gnostic atheist, I may say I am an ignostic atheist or anti-agnostic thinking. To learn more on this, check out my blog post, Incapable of making a decision on if there is or not a god?, Discussions on Agnosticism and Atheism, Doubt god(s)? No, I stopped believing Fairytales., My Anti-Agnostic Atheism Thinking, Questions and Challenges to My Atheism., Explaining Axiological theism, Axiological agnosticism, and Axiological atheism, Challenging Agnosticism Assumptions, Damien, how do you feel about agnostics?, Agnosticism Beliefs Involve “FOLK LOGIC” Thinking? ,  , I Am a Strong Atheist: “I am psychologically certain god(s) don’t exist”, Damien, is it possible, there’s a God you haven’t considered?, Firebrand...

I Believe Archaeology, not Myths & Why Not, as the Religious Myths Already Violate Reason!

I Believe Archaeology, not Myths & Why Not, as the Religious Myths Already Violate Reason! What is in the term “religion?” Archaeology Knowledge Challenge? [Antireligionist] My blogs that address Religion: Archaeology, Anthropology, Philosophy and History Archaeological, Scientific, & Philosophic evidence shows the god myth is man-made nonsense. Horned female shamans and Pre-satanism Devil/horned-god Worship? J DNA and the Spread of Agricultural Religion (paganism)  “Archaeology Disproves the Bible” Faith is Not Evidence of Reality  When some anthropologists or archaeologists use the term “religion,” they usually do so in a broadly inclusive manner and I often do the same. The one question between religion and cultural relationships is one of whether various people distinguish between the natural and supernatural claims or beliefs. Though some groups may not distinguish between natural and supernatural realms or that they regard spirits as a part of the “natural” world, I still consider all not scientifically real things in the natural world to be supernatural claims. If religion is relatively found in all human societies today, to some extent answering if this was always so has been answered in the previous chapter. Religion, as we think of it now, was not always there but has evolved greatly and it would seem from its earliest point there was a common theme involving some sort of distinction between the natural and the supernatural. Although, not always developed, the distinction between the natural and the supernatural is there to a point, even if they wish to blur the lines. In religion, as it is today, a distinction between natural and supernatural may be limited or not there at all and...

Atheist Anarchists Discussion

Atheist Anarchists Discussion Militant Atheist? Atheophobia and a Challenger to the Term The Value of a Ball? Was the Value of Ancient Women Different? On the Value of Being a Real Person I am an Axiological Atheist, with a Rationalist Persuasion, who Supports Anarcho-Humanism What is Homelessness? You keep attacking activists and while you’re doing that, other activists and I will keep fighting for change. Sadly, you may change a few people where they lose their way in the momentum of activism. However, happily, while you’re doing that, other activists and I will help positively change the world. Authoritarian Truth Seekers and Anti-Authoritarian Truth Seekers? What inspires my anarcho-humanism has three core truths to my ethical anarchist persuasion: 1. We are all one connected human family, proven by DNA showing we should treat each other as fellow dignity beings, supported equally (no gods and no masters = “Anarcho”). 2. No one owns the earth, we may make claims to it even draw lines on maps thinking this makes the fantasy borders, illusion supported by force and the potential for threat. Thus the ethical truth is we need to share the earth as communally as possible. And use the resources as safe and ethically as possible striving towards sharing and caring. (do no Harm and do good = Humanism) 3. If you can’t trust people with freedom how can you trust them with power? Government is only as good as what they provide but I don’t trust ones that have rights over my body. How much more of a violation do you need to show their harm? I am not anti-society, I value good governance just don’t need...