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Richard Dawkins committed the cardinal sin

3 April 2023

6:00 AM

3 April 2023

6:00 AM

The West is a theocracy. Not a Christian theocracy – or even an Islamic one – but rather a theocracy of warring ideological cults that are struggling against each other as the gods and demi-gods of the Greek pantheon once did.

My bookshelf is padded out with Dawkins’ work. As a student of science and supporter of the romanticised philosophy of secular humanism, I often revisit his older works with fondness.

Though I sit to the centre-right of conservative libertarianism, the bulk of Dawkins’ following shuffle through the increasingly toxic halls of the West’s university campuses.

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