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Christopher Hitchens

Matt Johnson — How Hitchens Can Save the Left: Rediscovering Fearless Liberalism in an Age of Counter-Enlightenment

Shermer and Johnson discuss: Hitchens on free expression, identity politics, radicalism, interventionism, authoritarianism, patriotism, internationalism, America and Liberalism, reparations, religion, and death • identity politics • hostility to free speech • why Hitch did not become a neoconservative, warmonger, or imperialist • Enlightenment Liberalism • Trump and the division of the right • Hitchens on the precursors to Trump • Putin and Russian nationalism.

A Betrayal of Confidence: A Review of The Faith of Christopher Hitchens

Kathleen J. Schultheis reviews Larry Taunton’s book, The Faith of Christopher Hitchens.

eSkeptic for September 21, 2016

Kathleen J. Schultheis reviews Larry Taunton’s book, The Faith of Christopher Hitchens.

eSkeptic for April 27, 2016

What would happen if you stopped watching online pornography for a few months? In this week’s eSkeptic, the debate about pornography addiction and its effects concludes with this response to Marty Klein by Philip Zimbardo, Gary Wilson, and Nikita Coulombe.

12-01-11

In this week’s eSkeptic, we present a debate between Christopher Hitchens and Kenneth Miller. Hitchens (self-proclaimed anti-theist and author of God Is Not Great) and Kenneth Miller (a pro-evolution Christian and author of Finding Darwin’s God) are worlds apart both by profession and belief, and yet both have brilliant minds for dissecting arguments both scientific and philosophical.

12-01-04

In this week’s eSkeptic, Christopher Hitchens (author of God Is Not Great) responds to the Templeton Foundation’s Big Question: “Does Science Make Belief in God Obsolete?”

My Dinner (and Drinks) with Christopher (Hitchens that is)

An essay tribute by Michael Shermer, written upon hearing of Hitchens’ cancer diagnosis in 2010.

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