Tag Archives: Jerry Coyne
New Atheism’s Moral Meltdown (Part 1)
Coyne’s Abject Failure
A little while ago, Jerry Coyne replied to our critique of his approach to ethics. We’re not at all convinced by Coyne’s response, which essentially reduces to a rant about religious fundamentalism. Let us restate our case for the sake of clarity.… Read more
New Atheism’s Moral Meltdown (Part 2)
One Coyne with Two Sides?
In our original article we wrote “Of course, [Coyne] believes in moral obligations and the significance of the individual.” It seems we were much too generous, for his commitment to moral reality is far from clear.… Read more
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