Dutch-language book by Herman Philipse mounting a philosophical argument in favour of atheism. Zeventien jaar na zijn ‘Atheïstisch manifest’ komt filosoof Herman Philipse met een meer doorwrocht boek waarin hij de opvattingen van grote. Atheistisch manifest & De onredelijkheid van religie / druk 10 by Herman Philipse , , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Van oudsher hebben filosofen kritische vragen gesteld over godsdienst en ethiek. Is er in redelijkheid iets te zeggen over het bestaan van een god of behoort godsdienst eerder tot het maifest van het irrationele?
Kunnen morele normen gerechtvaardigd worden door een beroep op Gods wil? Wat is de bewijskracht van wonderen of van een opbaring? Is een religieuze overtuiging te Van oudsher hebben filosofen kritische vragen gesteld over godsdienst en ethiek. Is een religieuze overtuiging te verenigen met elementair intellectueel fatsoen?
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Herman Philipse born 13 May is a professor of philosophy at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. From untilhe taught at Leiden University, where he obtained his doctorate in Philipse has written many philosophical works in Dutch, including books on Husserl’s early philosophy of logic, the role of certainty in Descartes’ moral theory, and a widely read Atheist Manifesto A Herman Philipse born 13 May is a professor of philosophy at Utrecht University in the Netherlands.
Atheist Manifesto and the unreasonableness of religion.
Atheïstisch Manifest: Drie Wijsgerige Opstellen Over Godsdienst En Moraal by Herman Philipse
In English, he has written over a dozen articles in philosophical journals, as well as a detailed assessment of Heidegger, Heidegger’s Philosophy of Being: He has also written many commentaries for Dutch newspapers most frequently as a regular contributor to the NRC Handelsblad and current events television programs, defending atheism and advocating cultural assimilation for non-European immigrants in the Netherlands.
In his philosophical work, Philipse defends a non-reductionist naturalism, akin to that of Gilbert Ryle, Peter Strawson, and P. While highly critical of the transcendental idealist tradition of Kant and Husserl for its allegedly incoherent notion of conceptual schemes, Philipse argues that scientistic philosophies that attempt to reduce consciousness to purely physical descriptions such as those of Quine and Churchland fall victim to a similar inconsistency: More generally, Philipse firmly defends the values of the Enlightenment: Philipse’s vigorous public atheism has, unsurprisingly, brought him into conflict with Islamists in the Netherlands.
His Atheist Manifesto was republished in an expanded edition in with a foreword by Ayaan Hirsi Ali, who partly atheostisch the book for her shift from Atheistiscn to atheism.
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