Dan Dennett: Good Reasons for “Believing” in God

In 2007, Dan Dennett spoke at the AAI conference about the difference of believing in God and declaring the belief.

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Sam Harris: The Clash Between Faith and Reason

If you find Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins too offensive, this speech by Sam Harris at the Aspen Ideas Festival might be for you.

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Robert Sapolsky: The Origin of Religion

Robert Sapolsky explains his view on the origin of religion.

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Terry Pratchett: On Religion

Terry Pratchett gives the answer whether he believes in God.

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Stephen Fry, Christopher Hitchens, John Onaiyekan and Anne Widdencombe: The Intelligence Squared Debate

Stephen Fry, Christopher Hitchens, Archbishop John Onaiyekan and MP Anne Widdencombe debatte whether or not the catholic church is a force for good.

If you want to watch a specific speech only, the order of the speakers for the opening speeches is:

  1. John Onaiyekan
  2. Christopher Hitchens
  3. Anne Widdencombe
  4. Stephen Fry

The concluding statements are held in reverse order.

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You can watch the rest of the debate at IntelligenceSquared.

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