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Atheism and immorality

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*Connor Wood: *In terms of basic face validity, it also doesn't really make much sense that an activity as time-intensive and psychologically salient as
Jay Feierman
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5:01 AM

Fwd: Atheism and immorality

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“The question that you then posed to the group was, well, *are* atheists more likely to commit crimes?” My answer is no. Atheists are not more likely to
Benny Beit-hallahmi
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4:26 AM

What are your values?

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*The 70 questions of the "What are your values? test are here: * https://8values.github.io ________________________________________________ *Jay R. Feierman:
Jay Feierman
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Aug 15

[theologyandreligion] Re: Atheism and immorality

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I am in complete agreement with you on this point. We are not sure what the ultimate cause may be, but my own hunch is that ritual attendance is part of an
Benny Beit-hallahmi
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Aug 13

Atheism

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One of the default position could not crack an atheistic god joke while a god believer wouldn't hesitate to crack one about the atheist chicken that tried to
pieiphi
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Aug 12

Morality

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You can see the corruption and the atheism rates in these links. Note that the cleanest countries which are mostly the Scandinavians have very high atheism
Deniz Selcuk
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Aug 11

Re: [human-ethology] A Gene Centrist and Cultural Evolution

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... *Jay R. Feierman [NEW]:* I purposely didn't use the word "religiosity," which Eckard Voland defines as "the mental ability to be religious." I wrote
Jay Feierman
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Aug 10

Re: Atheists thought immoral, even by fellow atheists: study

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I have written about this question more than once. While the assessment of morality is always subject to debate, we have some data on criminal activity as
Benny Beit-hallahmi
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Aug 8

News: Who's avoiding sex, and why

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You have very limited experience From: evolutionary-psychology@yahoogroups.com [mailto:evolutionary-psychology@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Saturday, July 22, 2017
Demarest, Jack
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Aug 2

Re: [human-ethology] Is Metaphysics Valid?

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*Jay R. Feierman: *The reasoning process of our ancestors that worked were previously empirically verified to produce genuine knowledge and were worked out by
Jay Feierman
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Aug 2

Re: [human-ethology] Phenotype, Form, and Function

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*Jay R. Feierman: *In reference to the upper extremity of land vertebrates, the function of "walking" on land "became flying" as former reptiles took to the
Jay Feierman
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Jul 29

Eve was NOT made from Adam’s rib but rather from his (now missing)

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The amount of bullshit still generated by ancient mythology is still amazing. “Any ancient Israelite (or for that matter, any American child) would be
Benny Beit-hallahmi
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Jul 28

Re: [human-ethology] Fidelity in Cultural, Biological Evolution

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The only thing that I would add is that Jay views "function" as a replacement for "purpose," which is an important meaning precisely because "function" in that
Glen Sizemore
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Jul 27

TGIF: The American Way of War

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... merle ... try looking at the history of the rothschilds family and their theories .war is the way to make the world go round merle there is a lone list of
merle lester
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Jul 25

Re: [human-ethology] Human Reproductive Suppression

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*Sonny Williams: * Jay missed my point entirely, which may have occurred because he cut and pasted my remarks...omitting what I thought was the relevant point.
Jay Feierman
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Jul 22
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