Thursday, December 10, 2009

Religion and Science - Bertrand Russell (Audiobook)

"My conclusion is that there is no reason to believe any of the dogmas of traditional theology and, further, that there is no reason to wish that they were true. Man, in so far as he is not subject to natural forces, is free to work out his own destiny. The responsibility is his, and so is the opportunity." The quote by Bertrand Russell

Philosopher Bertrand Russell speaks to us beyond his time in his brilliant and mind-opener book Religion and Science. This is the story of the struggle between science and religion; demons, dogmas and reason. Russell concludes the argument with how science is superior than religion, determines how the world was shaped by these dogmatic and reactionary ideas and awakened by the powerful arguments of Charles Darwin.

Here is the contents of this beautiful book:
Grounds of Conflict
The Copernican Revolution
Demonology and Medicine
Body and Soul
Mysticism and Logic
Cosmic Purpose
Science and Ethics
Science and Education

File Size: 32 MB


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