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Sam Harris is clearly the biggest breaker of the laws of logic; as such, he takes the lion's share of the blows. Vox points out twelve glaring errors from his two books, before tackling the "striking"--Dawkin's term--argument of the superiority of atheism, based on a survey of crime data from red states and blue states. As Vox points out, the argument is idiotic, and proves nothing; but Harris is so mindbogglingly incompetent that the data actually suggest the opposite of what Harris claims.

As for the canard, hoisted arrogantly by Harris, that religions cause war: it's simply not true. According to the Encyclopedia of Wars, religion accounts for a mere 6.98% of all wars, 3.98% if Islam is excluded. And as Vox demonstrates in chapter xiii, the few atheists who have been given power have shown a disturbing propensity to spill blood--and lots of it. Compared to the copious crimes of atheism, the Crusades, the Spanish Inquisition and the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre, are insignificant. Still, Vox doesn't merely present the damning death tolls. Instead, he covers the topics in a thorough manner, presenting events in their historical context. The Crusades were not explicitly religious, and became less dependent on religious motives as crusading continued. The Spanish Inquisition was responsible for 3,230 deaths, over a span of over 350 years. And while the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre was wholly indefensible, it was met with righteous indignation, shock and horror by all of Christendom. Vox also examines Hitler, a pagan who was nonetheless quite opposed to religion, and can on way be considered a Christian.

Having run through the lackluster Harris, Vox approaches the able evolutionary biologist, Richard Dawkins. Unfortunately, "Darwin's Judas" is out of his depth when dealing with religion. A number of books have been written, in the hope's of elucidating to Dawkins that which he has already attacked, but Vox instead focuses on Dawkins's inability to use the scientific method he ostensibly champions. Dawkins's book is the only book examined by Vox which I have also read; suffice it to say I was not impressed. Dawkins is much brighter than Harris, so he tends to be more careful at falling into logical traps. His book is certainly more coherent than Hithchens's--but so too is the livejournal of a typical fourth grade girl. Yet Dawkins dances, keeping his minions happy as he takes it to the benighted religious, leaving the latter a bit bewildered at what passes for a logical argument, and a bit angry at such astounding arrogance over what is little more than repeated "bait-and-switch".

Nonetheless, Vox catches Dawkins, who cannot believe in an improbable God, confessing faith in "seven impossible things". The assertions are quite silly, and Vox easily demonstrates them to be false. Most damaging, and least rational, is Dawkins belief in what Vox terms "the infallibility of Sam Harris". Coming on the heels of a skewering of Harris worthy of a Viking horde, this bodes badly for Dawkins. While his book is superior to those of Harris, tying the success of his own to the biggest atheist clown speaks volumes to the intellectual integrity of Richard Dawkins.

Vox also examines Dawkins's "unrebuttable" argument, "The Argument from Improbability for the nonexistence of God". Attempting to succinctly summarize the refutation of this argument would be very difficult to do. Suffice it to say that it's in chapter viii, and Dawkins has some explaining to do.

Hitchens merits a chapter, too, but the argument--if one can call it that--is so incoherent that it scarcely merits mentioning. One gets the distinct impression that there would have been no book were Hitchens allowed to fornicate freely. Only, so far as I know, he is. The Roman Catholic Church's opposition to birth control hasn't prevented those who disagree from partaking of the forbidden fruit; just ask the 96% of American Catholics who don't follow the Church on this exact issue. In Hitchens's mind, religion is inexorably linked to compulsion. Vox, the friendly libertarian, is just the person to correct this misconception. Vox lists a series of bizarre Hitchens quotes, and comments on a few of them. He then pronounces Hitchens "eminently likable" and "even charming at times", and extends an olive branch of mutual tolerance. One notes, in passing, the irony of Hitchens concerning himself with tolerance. This is the same fellow who wanted to nuke Iraq. But, as Vox repeatedly shows, Hithchens is quite irrational. He's primarily a rabble rouser--albeit a fairly entertaining one--who doesn't dare stoop to rationally, at least in making his case against religion.

Vox also comments on two atheists who are not part of the unholy trinity: Daniel Dennett and Michel Onfray. The two are remarkably different. Dennett avoids most of the mistakes made by the trinity, as he primarily seeks further use of science to examine the claims of religion. Since religion is, or should be, concerned with truth, Vox doesn't have a problem with this; nor should the believer. When he doesn't know the answer, Dennett sensibly admits as much; this alone sets him apart from his compatriots. Vox has to call him to the carpet to answer for a few foibles, but Dennett alone appears to realize that ridding the world of religion may not be all fun and games, even as he lumps God with the Easter Bunny. Dennett alone would never have inspired The Irrational Atheist. But his inclusion is beneficial because it demonstrates that not all atheists fit the unholy mold, and that however firmly one is convinced of one's personal atheism, there are many problems for a society which divorces itself from religion. It also demonstrates the inherent irrationality in even relatively innocuous atheism.

The case of Michel Onfray is also instructive. On the culturally secluded continent of North America, his name fails to ring a bell, but the expatriated Vox is familiar with this European icon. Onfray is not particularly coherent, and Vox spends little time examining the French post-modern nonsense of which Onfray subsists. But Onfray has his purposes, one being that whereas Dawkins and company are fine with the Christian morality--except for parts they don't like--Onfray wants a whole new system of ethics, an atheist's atheism. More importantly, Onfray is the only proponent of the rational extension of atheistic principles. The trinity is wise to avoid Onfray's conclusions, but they are not especially rational.

"According to Onfray, the New Atheist path leads to only to Nietzschean nihilism; his atheology is post-Nietzschean, leading humanity beyond the dialectic of nihilistic struggle and into a hedonistic philosopher's paradise." (TIA, p. 206) Inferno would be a better word, and if history is the judge, the path to paradise would lead through the gas chamber and the gulag.

There is more to the book, but this is supposed to be a brief review. The penultimate chapter presents fascinating take on the dilemma of omniscience and omnipotence, involving a computer programmer and his video game. I'm a bit uneasy with Vox's explanation, but after slogging through all of the atheist books, he's more than entitled to a theological exercise. The appendix involves a conversation with Socrates, in which Vox demonstrates some problems with the Euthyphro dilemma. The book closes beautifully with a testament to the edifying influence religion will always have over mankind.

No one should have had to write this book. The New Atheists never deserved to be held in such high regard. Those who have treated these unimpressive thinkers as intellectual paragons should be mortified. Vox has answered the call to arms. If his challenges are not addressed, no one will be able to take Harris, Dawkins or Hitchens seriously when they discuss religion. At least then the intellectually honest will know where the New Atheists stand.

Nor is it fair to ask "Who is Vox Day?" He happens to be a very intelligent man, but even if he's not, what does that say about the champions of reason, that a strange fellow from the Internet demolished them in intellectual combat?

This book is best suited for those who were a little too impressed with the arguments of the New Atheists; for those who haven't the tools to meet the seemingly irrefutable attacks of the atheists; and really, for all those concerned with truth. After all, that's what this whole debate is supposed to be about.


tba said...

excellent review. I just finished reading Vox's book. an excellent book. Sam harris whould never show his face in public after how he was destroyed.

Anyway, on ur God Delusion review I loved this quote:

"That we practice infanticide and call it abortion is irrelevant to Dawkins, moral parasite that he is. Though it will surely give future atheists reason to gloat when the barbaric practice is finally banned because of the movement of the Zeitgeist. One envisages a future Dawkins character proving that atheists are more moral because we no longer practice abortion like our benighted ancestors."

troutsky said...

Did you forget to capitalize the T in truth? It should be regarded with as much skepticism as the R in rationality.

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They rebuttel as much of it as they can on Dawkins.net. For example Sam Harris doen't misrepresent suicide bombings, because the stat Vox uses is from 2001 and Harris uses one from 2004. Iraq really made the difference so that you have over 95% of all suicide bombers in modern times being muslims.

A Wiser Man Than I said...

Thanks, tba.

Did you forget to capitalize the T in truth? It should be regarded with as much skepticism as the R in rationality.

The only people who lack skepticism here are the loyal minions who swallow every word that comes forth from the mouths of the unholy trinity. I wasn't so much overwhelmed with Vox's logic as I was underwhelmed with New Atheist arguments.

They rebuttel as much of it as they can on Dawkins.net.

If one action shifts the data that much, your source is probably unreliable. The reasonable conclusion is that it is not religion, but occupation, which gives rise to suicide bombings. Harris's biggest flaw in this section is his dishonest attempt to claim that the secular Tamil Tigers are a religious group.

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I would to comment on the validity of some of the ideas expressed in this review. I have not read the book, and I won't comment on it.

First, I am an atheist and always have been one. People are born atheists; they learn religion. Atheism is, very simply, non-theism, i.e., a refusal to credit the ideas of theism, god, etc. In my view, agnostics are simply wishy-washy atheists. (There may be a way to rescue agnosticism, but it's not worth my time.)

Although I think Dawkins is a brilliant man, I don't know why he has been writing this stuff on atheism. I think he is simply emotionally too engaged; the rise of vociferous fundamentalism drives him crazy and leads him to write more like a crank. I wouldn't spend time on his books on atheism. As for Hitchens, I regard him as a mere scribbler. Dennett is an extraordinary philosopher of mind, but he can get shrill too when he gets worked up.

Basically, all this discussion of the worth or evil of religion is besides the point. If there IS a god, it doesn't matter if religion is the cause of wars - it's true, so there! All of these socio-historical arguments are so vague, and for every one there is an opposing one. Suicide bombers - Martin Luther King; Torquemada - St. Francis, etc.

Why believe in God at all? That's the question. I've never had a good reason. I don't think science explains everything, but so what? Not everything is known - scientists admit their ignorance while religious people have a pat answer for everything. Besides, some questions, e.g., "How shall we live together?" are not scientific questions.

In the end, I don't believe in God for the same reason I don't believe in Green Elves, the Devil, and divinity of Elvis. It's LOGICALLY possible that those things are true. I cannot prove they are NOT true (just try to prove a negative!) but I have absolutely no reason to believe they are true other than that many people assert it is so, often on the basis of their personal feelings or the writings of long dead prophets. Sorry, not good enough for me.

I'm not sure where "New Atheism" leads, but good old atheism simply leads to the same place as everthing else: it depends on the person thinking it.

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I side with Chesterton that agnosticism is the natural attitude of man. And I would also suggest that there are those of us who, though religious, find "the mysteries of God to be more satisfying than the answers of man", to paraphrase Chesterton.

Other than that, I don't have any problem with what you write. I'm a libertarian, so I have no problem with your atheism, so long as you don't try to push it on me. If the New Atheists hadn't acted militantly, there would have been no reason for Vox to write the book.

As a non-militant atheist, you probably wouldn't get a ton out of the book, but it might cause you to distance yourself even more from the Dawkins/Harris/Hitchens crowd.

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lichanos writes,

Why believe in God at all? That's the question. I've never had a good reason.

The concept of meaning seems impossible without God. If ours was an undirected universe, how would such a concept ever have arisen? And given that the question of meaning occurs in every man's soul, how is it possible that man could not have been created by a being that considers meaning paramount?

You can move from there to "justice," "beauty," "love," "virtue," or any other insubstancial concept. They not only would not exist without God, they could not.

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plumb bob:

I like your moniker!

You say that the concept of meaning seems impossible without God; how could it have arisen? Honestly, I just don't get that? Why is it such a mystery? With language comes meaning. The meaning of everything we see is created by us and our fellow humans, with language, in culture. WE are the observers giving meaning to all.

We find it difficult to imagine a universe devoid of a meaning-giver, an observer. When we imagine the universe without humans, if we can, we still imagine it! You seem to be saying that this proves God's existence?

You are reprising a very old argument, but one that never has convinced me. Please tell me why these ideas could NOT exist without God. Please couch your argument in terms that do NOT assume that which you desire to prove, i.e. God's existence.

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And while the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre was wholly indefensible, it was met with righteous indignation, shock and horror by all of Christendom.
Except for Pope Gregory, who struck a medal to commemorate the event.

Makes you wonder how many unborn were killed in that event.

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