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The 'new' atheism : ten arguments that don't hold water

Author: Michael Poole
Publisher: Oxford, England : Lion Hudson ; Chicago, Ill. : Distributed by Trafalgar Square Pub., 2009.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Using the analogy put forward by esteemed philosopher Anthony Flew, Michael Poole examines the new atheists' use of the "10 leaky buckets" tactic of argumentation, presenting readers with a sum of arguments that are each individually defective, as though the cumulative effect should be persuasive. This closer look at the facts reveals that the buckets are, indeed, leaky.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Poole, Michael (Michael W.).
'new' atheism.
Oxford, England : Lion Hudson ; Chicago, Ill. : Distributed by Trafalgar Square Pub., 2009
(DLC) 2010481156
(OCoLC)428776583
Named Person: Richard Dawkins
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Poole
ISBN: 9780745959436 0745959431
OCLC Number: 854586560
Description: 1 online resource (96 p.)
Contents: Un-natural selection or 'Down with sex!' --
'Faith is believing what you know ain't so' --
People who live in glass houses--? --
'--And may be use in evidence'? --
Anciend.doc --
Explaining explaining --
Where do we draw the boundary? --
An endangered species? --
Back to the drawing board-but whose? --
Unpeeling the cosmic onion.
Responsibility: Michael Poole.

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Using the analogy put forward by esteemed philosopher Anthony Flew, Michael Poole examines the new atheists' use of the "10 leaky buckets" tactic of argumentation, presenting readers with a sum of arguments that are each individually defective, as though the cumulative effect should be persuasive. This closer look at the facts reveals that the buckets are, indeed, leaky.

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