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Presenter Information

Joe Ridgeway

Location

SURC Room 271

Start Date

15-5-2014

End Date

15-5-2014

Keywords

Nietzsche, Religion, Faith.

Abstract

A contemporary critique of organized religion and faith which draws on Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophy as well as historical events and episodes with the intent to prove that religion is now an unnecessary and detrimental human construct, and that one can be a moral person without adhering to any particular religion.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Altman, Matthew

Additional Mentoring Department

Philosophy and Religious Studies

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May 15th, 1:30 PM May 15th, 1:50 PM

Religion: Doctrines of Detriment

SURC Room 271

A contemporary critique of organized religion and faith which draws on Friedrich Nietzsche's philosophy as well as historical events and episodes with the intent to prove that religion is now an unnecessary and detrimental human construct, and that one can be a moral person without adhering to any particular religion.