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Australian philosopher, literary critic, legal scholar, and professional writer. Based in Newcastle, NSW. My latest books are THE TYRANNY OF OPINION: CONFORMITY AND THE FUTURE OF LIBERALISM (2019); AT THE DAWN OF A GREAT TRANSITION: THE QUESTION OF RADICAL ENHANCEMENT (2021); and HOW WE BECAME POST-LIBERAL: THE RISE AND FALL OF TOLERATION (2024).

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Lineup of authors and topics for The Australian Book of Atheism (Scribe, 2010, ed. Warren Bonett)

Chrys Stevenson, Felons, Ratbags, Commies and Left-Wing Loonies

Max Wallace, The Constitution, Belief and the State

Alex Stewart, Religion, and the Law in Australia

Robyn Williams, A Part-time Atheist

Dr Colette Livermore, Atheism: an explanation for the believer

Tanya Levin, Above Rubies

Hon. Lee Rhiannon, Growing up Atheist

David Horton, Agnostics are Nowhere Men

Tim Minchin, Storm

Hugh Wilson, Public Education in Queensland

Peter Ellerton, Theology is Not Philosophy

Professor Graham Oppy, Evolution vs Creationism in Australian Schools

Graeme Lindenmayer, Intelligent Design as a Scientific Theory

Kylie Sturgess, Atheism 2.0:

Dr Martin Bridgstock, Religion, Fundamentalism & Science

Dr Philip Nitschke, Atheism & Euthanasia

Alex McCullie, Progressive Christianity: A Secular Response

Dr Leslie Cannold, Abortion in Australia

Jane Caro, Why Gods are Man-Made

Dr Karen Stollznow, Spiritualism & Pseudoscience

Rosslyn Ives Life, Dying & Death

Hon. Ian Hunter MLC, Prayers in Australian Parliament

Lyn Allison, Ever Wondered Why God is a Bloke?

Michael Bachelard, Politics and The Exclusive Brethren

Dr Russell Blackford, Free Speech

Dr John Wilkins, The Role of Secularism in Protecting Religion

Warren Bonett, Why a Book on Atheist Thought in Australia?

Dr Robin Craig, Good without God

Ian Robinson, Atheism as a Spiritual Path

Professor Peter Woolcock, Atheism & the Meaning of Life

Dr Tamas Pataki, Religion & Violence

Dr Adam Hamlin, The Neurobiology of Religious Experience

Dr Rosemary Lyndall Wemm, The Neurology of belief

That's a powerful lineup, and Scribe is a very respected publisher. You can already pre-order from Embiggen Books, and you can have a look at the publisher's site for the book. The Australian Book of Atheism will be available in time for Christmas and might make an ideal gift for someone you know.


Sean the Blogonaut said...

It's on the ..er Christmas list

Anonymous said...

For christmas, I'm going to get my friend The Devil's Delusion by David Berlinski.