Peter Boghossian: A Manual for Creating Atheists

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A difference between an atheist and a person of faith is that an atheist is willing to revise their belief (if provided sufficient evidence); the faithful permit no such revision.

Faith is an unclassified cognitive illness disguised as a moral virtue.

Certainty is an enemy of truth: examination and reexamination are allies of truth.

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