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#1. (For the uninitiated, "ectoplasm" is a ghostly kind of stuff that writers like Dennett are constantly accusing critics of materialism of believing in. It plays the same sort of straw-man role in his writings on the mind that Paley does in Dawkins's writings on religion.) - Author: Edward Feser
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#2. Atheists tend to read only each other's books and not the work of the religious thinkers they are supposedly refuting. - Author: Edward Feser
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#3. Without God we are left with a choice of succumbing to megalomania or erotomania. - Author: Edward Feser
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#4. (Liberalism is like this: Purporting to offer a middle ground between radical individualism and collectivism, what it really gives us is a diabolical synthesis of the two, a bureaucratically managed libertinism. - Author: Edward Feser
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#5. As Alfred North Whitehead once put it, those who devote themselves to the purpose of proving that there is no purpose constitute an interesting subject for study. - Author: Edward Feser
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#6. How significant is Aristotle? Well, I wouldn't want to exaggerate, so let me put it this way: Abandoning Aristotelianism, as the founders of modern philosophy did, was the single greatest mistake ever made in the entire history of Western thought. - Author: Edward Feser
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#7. What Hitchens should have written is: I wouldn't know the difference between conceptualism and realism, essentially and accidentally ordered causal series, Aristotle and Hume, etc., even if I were intellectually honest; but then, neither will the book reviewer at the New York Times, so who cares? - Author: Edward Feser
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#8. For faith, properly understood, does not contradict reason in the least; indeed ... it is nothing less than the will to keep one's mind fixed precisely on what reason has discovered to it. - Author: Edward Feser
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#9. These books are all refreshingly clear-headed and unfashionable, free of cant and free of Kant; - Author: Edward Feser
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