Sunday, November 4, 2012

Atheism, Activity and Apathy

Since the death of Christopher Hitchens I have to admit to completely ignoring In truth this was not so much due to his death as to other duties in my own life taking greater priority. The duties are still there, but maybe I can get myself back into a better balanced routine. I'm hopfully able to regularly update the site now and I aim for one article a day.

Hitchens was a tremendous voice in modern atheist discussion, in fact arguably the most important voice since Bertrand Russell. Russell and Hitchens created new arguments for old philosophies. Both appearing at difficult but important times for modern Humanism and Atheism.

As with Russell, Hitchens' direct, unflinching and tenacious work continues to inspire.

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