Simon Blackburn – Atheism’s Best Arguments?

Atheism fields two kinds of arguments denying the existence of God: arguments that refute so-called ‘proofs’ of God’s existence and arguments that affirmatively support the truth claims of atheism. This first seeks weaknesses or fallacies in pro-God arguments; the second seeks to show why atheism alone makes sense. Different atheists offer different arguments.

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Simon Blackburn is a British academic philosopher known for his work in quasi-realism and his efforts to popularize philosophy. He obtained his doctorate in 1970 from Churchill College, Cambridge.

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