Richard Dawkins' book The God Delusion has been a run away best seller. It has stimulated global debate, not always very charitable, about whether Dawkins is right to say that it is probably the case that God does not exist. During this weekend philosophers Marianne Talbot and Stephen Law will discuss the debate from a philosophical point of view. What are Dawkins' arguments? Are they good arguments? Are they conclusive arguments? Where does the debate about God's existence stand now?
|1||Creative Commons||A Scientific Hypothesis?||Marianne Talbot gives the first talk on Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion as part of The God Delusion Weekend.||Marianne Talbot||20 May 2010|
|2||Creative Commons||The Strengths and Weaknesses of The God Delusion||Stephen Law givs the second talk on Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion as part of The God Delusion Weekend.||Stephen Law||20 May 2010|
|3||Creative Commons||Has Dawkins shown that God is Redundant?||Marianne Talbot presents the third talk on Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion as part of The God Delusion Weekend.||Marianne Talbot||20 May 2010|
|4||Creative Commons||Attacking the God hypothesis in other ways||Stephen Law gives the fourth talk on Richard Dawkins' The God Delsuon as part of The God Delusion Weekend.||Stephen Law||20 May 2010|
|5||Creative Commons||The God Delusion: Questions and Answers||Stephen Law and Marianne Talbot take part in a panel discussion with Tom Fisher, chairman of the Oxford Philosophical Society, chairing. They answer questions form the audience about The God Delusion and discuss the philosophical issues surrounding it.||Marianne Talbot, Stephen Law, Tom Fisher||20 May 2010|