Tag Archives: review

Good Omens: Short Review

Disclaimer: I have not read the book. This is a review of the series adaptation, and is perhaps why I’m not disappointed (as often happens–as in the case of the reviewer from The Humanist) after having read the book first. … Continue reading

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Review of Sam Harris’ Waking Up, Part I

The following is a review of Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality Without Religion, by Sam Harris. I generally consider Sam Harris to be the right kind of intellectual for our generation, even if at times I do not agree with … Continue reading

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Book Review by Michael Fontaine, and Some Thoughts on Scientism and the Pharmacracy

The latest review of Tending the Epicurean Garden has been published in The Humanist and will print in the Jan-Feb 2015 issue. The reviewer had previously written works comparing Epicureanism (favorably) with the work of psychiatrist Thomas Szasz. This influenced his response … Continue reading

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My Review of the film Ragamuffin

If you want a religion that makes sense, I suggest something other than Christianity. – Rich Mullen Originally, I thought Ragamuffin was a reference to reggae or to Bob Marley. According to the film, a ragamuffin is a soul that … Continue reading

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