Tag Archive: Atheism

Nov 02

The Origins of Religion

    Prelude   We aim at two issues with this article. First of all; we want to build up our discussion on why atheists should take communists seriously. We believe that a marxist explanation of concepts such as “human nature”, “morality”, “ethics” etc. would be inspiring in resolving the confusions that occasionally arise in atheist …

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Mar 17

An Introduction to Why Atheists Should Take Communists Seriously

  Introduction With this essay, we intend to extend the discussion initiated in a previous essay titled “An Introduction to Why Communists Should Take Atheists Seriously”. In that piece, we pointed out the convergent characteristics of atheists and communists (historical approach, revolutionary approach, militancy) and emphasized that freedom from religion aimed at by atheists can …

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Nov 23

How to live like an atheist – v.1

This short note is meant to be an (always) incomplete list of remarks and observations on how we atheists can deal with oppressive religious situations and how we atheists may apply our atheistic stance in different contexts.   Atheist attitude   The obvious initial remark is to come out and speak out. In a world …

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Sep 13

Hey you! The Atheist! Come out for the contest!

    Would you like to tell your story and get some amazing books? We want to hear your stories and give you amazing books in return.   As the Out for Beyond team we decided to organize a small atheist contest. Our subject is: How did you become an atheist or how did you …

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Aug 21

An introduction to why communists should take atheists seriously

Preliminary remarks   I should start by saying that, contrary to the historical development of the words1, I will use socialist and communist interchangeably to refer to a person who agrees that “the history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles” and aims at the Aufhebung2 of private property of at …

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