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Culbert Olson

  1. The most openly Atheistic elected official was Culbert Olson, former Governor of California. (Web site)
  2. Culbert Olson appearing on the cover of Life in its November 7, 1938 edition.
  3. Last check: 2007-10-18) Born in Utah in 1876, politics was in Culbert Olson's blood. (Web site)

Camille Paglia

  1. Camille Paglia is a famously controversial U.S. scholar, academic and feminist critic.
  2. Camille Paglia was spot on with her analysis of the left.

Antje Duvekot

  1. Six degrees of separation later, we have Antje Duvekot, a talented girl from Germany whom Paul said is poised to inherit her own audience soon enough.
  2. Listen online to Antje Duvekot music and read or listen to interviews, music reviews, news, and artist profiles about Antje Duvekot.


  1. Nietzsche was a nihilist, he believed existence, humanity and morality are meaningless.
  2. Nietzsche was the most famous example of this. (Web site)

American Atheists

  1. American Atheists is a nonprofit 501c3 Educational organization that does not endorse political candidates or parties.
  2. American Atheists is an organization dedicated to securing the civil liberties of Atheists and the complete separation of Church and State. (Web site)
  3. American Atheists is an organization of activists, and so our scholarship will be awarded primarily on activism. (Web site)
  4. American Atheists is an organization which aims to defend the civil liberties of atheists, and advocates the complete separation of church and state. (Web site)
  5. American Atheists was founded by Madalyn Murray O`Hair, the noted Atheist activist, as the result of her successful battle against school prayer. (Web site)


  1. Watson is an outspoken atheist, known for his frank opinions on politics, religion, and the role of science in society.
  2. Watson is an outspoken man, but the enduring controversy of his life is how attribution was made for Wilkins and Franklin.
  3. Watson was born in Chicago, Illinois, on April 6 1928, the son of a businessman, also named James Dewey Watson, and Margaret Jean Mitchell [1]. (Web site)
  4. Watson was born in Chicago, Illinois, on April 6, 1928, the son of a businessman, also named James Dewey Watson and Jean Mitchell.
  5. Watson was fascinated with bird watching, a hobby he shared with his father. (Web site)


  1. Atheists are often imagined to be intolerant, immoral, depressed, blind to the beauty of nature and dogmatically closed to evidence of the supernatural.
  2. Atheists are not unbelievers through ignorance or denial; they are unbelievers through choice. (Web site)
  3. Atheists are as diverse on this issue as are theists.

Adam Carolla

  1. Adam Carolla is an atheist, according to his comments on his own show.
  2. Adam Carolla is one of the producers of the comedy show Crank Yankers and he will intermittently play "the best of" the skits previously airing on the show.

Daniel Dennett

  1. Daniel Dennett is an atheist American philosopher who is the Director of the Center for Cognitive Studies at Tufts University in Boston. (Web site)
  2. Daniel Dennett is a philosophy professor and co-director of the Center for Cognitive Studies at Tufts University. (Web site)

Ernest Hemingway

  1. Ernest Hemingway is one of the most celebrated and most controversial of American writers. (Web site)
  2. ERNEST HEMINGWAY : To die in the rain, alone.
  3. ERNEST HEMINGWAY : To die in the rain. (Web site)
  4. Ernest Hemingway is one of the most famous American writers of the 20th century. (Web site)
  5. Ernest Hemingway was a legend in his own life-time - in a sense, a legend of his own making. (Web site)


  1. Freud was an avid reader of both philosophers and acknowledged their influence.
  2. Freud was an early champion of both sexual freedom and education for women (Freud, " Civilized Sexual Morality and Modern Nervousness ").
  3. Freud was an early user and proponent of cocaine as a stimulant as well as analgesic.
  4. Freud was an outstanding pupil and graduated the Matura in 1873 with honors. (Web site)
  5. Freud was born in Moravia in 1856 but his family moved to Vienna in 1860.


  1. Objectivism is a natural fit for businessmen because it not only tolerates, but extols them.
  2. Objectivism is a philosophy founded by Ayn Rand, author of Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead. (Web site)
  3. Objectivism is a philosophy that holds the unit of sovereignty in human society to be the individual. (Web site)
  4. Objectivism was the result of massive in ductions by a brilliant mind over the course of decades.

Richard Dawkins

  1. Richard Dawkins is the world's most famous out-of-the-closet living atheist.
  2. Richard Dawkins is one in particular.
  3. Richard Dawkins is the kind of person I would like to talk with.
  4. Richard Dawkins was educated at Oxford University and has taught zoology at the universities of California and Oxford.


  1. Shehu was born in --orush (prononc.: Choroosh), Mallakast--r, South Albania.
  2. Shehu was considered to be Enver Hoxha's right hand man and the second most important person in Albania.
  3. Shehu was declared to be a "people's enemy" and was buried in a wasteland near the village of Ndroq near Tiran --. (Web site)
  4. Shehu was declared to be a "people's enemy" and was buried in a wasteland near the village of Ndroq near Tirana.
  5. Shehu was held to be Enver Hoxha's right hand man and the second person in Albania. (Web site)


  1. Albania is a country mired in the past, and in poverty, and will be for years to come. (Web site)
  2. Albania is a largely ethnically homogeneous country with only small minorities.
  3. Albania is a parliamentary democracy that is transforming its economy into a market-oriented system.
  4. Albania is a patriarchal society, in which women have subordinate roles. (Web site)
  5. Albania is a potential candidate for membership in the European Union and NATO. (Web site)


  1. Albanians are comprised of a few ethnic groups of different creeds. (Web site)
  2. Albanians are never mentioned in Roman or Byzantine chroniclesAlbanians were not majority in Albania before 17 century. (Web site)
  3. Albanians are of Illyrian origin. (Web site)
  4. Albanians are rarely permitted to leave the country.
  5. Albanians were ornery subjects to the Italians.

Allan Gotthelf

  1. Allan Gotthelf, in On Ayn Rand, describes the first edition of We the Living as very sympathetic to Nietzschean ideas.
  2. Professor Allan Gotthelf also points to certain modern trends in academic philosophy which make philosophers more receptive to Objectivist ideas.


  1. Allen is a passionate fan of jazz which is often featured prominently in his movies' soundtracks. (Web site)
  2. Allen is also a jazz clarinetist. (Web site)
  3. Allen is also an accomplished author having published four collections of his short pieces and plays. (Web site)
  4. Allen is the most frequently nominated person in the Academy Award category of Best Original Screenplay, with a total of 14 nominations. (Web site)
  5. Allen was denied visitation rights with Malone and could only see Ronan under supervision. (Web site)

Ambrose Bierce

  1. Ambrose Bierce is a man of mystery whose history is not fully.
  2. Ambrose Bierce is a well-known literary figure for many reasons.
  3. Ambrose Bierce is a writer I've intended to read for a long, long time.
  4. Ambrose Bierce was the second man from Meigs County, Ohio to enlist in the Union army after President Lincoln's call for volunteers.

Andrei Linde

  1. Andrei Linde is an American physicist and professor of Physics at California's Stanford University.
  2. A second type of quantum mechanical model was Andrei Linde-s chaotic inflationary model.
  3. One of the most fertile of the inflation theorists has been the Russian cosmologist Andrei Linde.

Andrew Bernstein

  1. Andrew Bernstein is an Objectivist philosopher and professor of philosophy at the State University of New York at Purchase. (Web site)

Ani Difranco

  1. Ani DiFranco is a popular folk and rock artist who also runs her own record label, Righteous Babes Records. (Web site)
  2. Ani DiFranco is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist. (Web site)
  3. Ani DiFranco is a songwriter, vocalist and guitarist perpetually on the move. (Web site)
  4. Ani DiFranco was a star from the get-go.
  5. Ani DiFranco was issued on the label in the winter of 1990. (Web site)

Annie Laurie Gaylor

  1. Annie Laurie Gaylor is the co-founder of the Freedom From Religion Foundation and the editor of the Foundation's journal Freethought Today. (Web site)
  2. Annie Laurie Gaylor is the co-founder of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, and editor of Freethought Today newspaper.
  3. Annie Laurie Gaylor is the co-president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) as well as the editor of Freethought Today.

Annie Hall

  1. Annie Hall was very important in Allen and Keaton's careers. (Web site)
  2. Annie Hall was written & directed by Allen, her paramour at the time, & the film was believed to be autobiographical of his relationship with Keaton.
  3. Annie Hall was written and directed by Allen and the film was believed to be autobiographical of his relationship with Keaton. (Web site)
  4. Annie Hall was written and directed by Allen, her paramour at the time, and the film was believed to be autobiographical of his relationship with Keaton.

Ann Dunham

  1. Lolo Soetoro, the second husband of Obama's mother, Ann Dunham, introduced his stepson to Islam. (Web site)
  2. He met Obama's mother, Ann Dunham -a white atheist from Wichita, Kansas-at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
  3. Stanley Ann Dunham Seotoro related articles, and thousands of other stories from hundreds of publications.


  1. An author is the person who creates a written work, such as a book, story, article or the like. (Web site)
  2. The author is a research scholar at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis in Laxenburg, Austria. (Web site)

Benjamin Tucker

  1. Benjamin Tucker is a good example of this tolerant approach. (Web site)

Ben Klassen

  1. The Creativity Movement was founded by Ben Klassen in early 1973 under the name Church of the Creator.
  2. Founder Ben Klassen envisioned a racial holy war (RAHOWA) in the future between the white and non-white races. (Web site)


  1. Berisha was born in Vicidol, a village near the Kosovan border, in Albania 's mountainous northeastern Tropoj-- region.
  2. Berisha was re-elected unopposed for a further five-year term by the parliament which, boycotted by the opposition, was dominated by the Democratic Party.
  3. Berisha was supported by Washington for discouraging the Albanian majority in Kosovo from demanding autonomy from Yugoslavia. (Web site)

Berkeley Breathed

  1. A chat with Berkeley Breathed ---s comic strip character.
  2. Several newspapers chose not to run the August 26, 2007 Opus cartoon because it might offend Muslims.[1] Opus is a Sunday strip by Berkeley Breathed. (Web site)

Bertrand Russell

  1. Bertrand Russell was a well known British philosopher of the 20th century.

Bob Avakian

  1. Bob Avakian is an outspoken atheist and proclaims that humanity needs "Liberation Without Gods".
  2. Bob Avakian was one of many activists in The Sixties who turned to communist ideas and began organizing in the Bay Area of California. (Web site)

Boris Sidis

  1. It is interesting to note that the term Id appears in the earliest writing of Boris Sidis, attributed to William James, as early as 1898.
  2. His father, Boris Sidis, Ph.D., M.D., had emigrated in 1887 to escape political persecution.
  3. A notable figure passes from the inter-related fields of normal and abnormal psychology with the death of Boris Sidis. (Web site)

Bree Olson

  1. Bree Olson is a great (porn)actress and way smarter and hotter than the kardashians.
  2. Bree Olson was born in Houston, Texas, and grew up in Woodburn, Indiana.

Brian Flemming

  1. Brian Flemming: The Blasphemy Challenge has certainly encouraged quite a few godless folks to unequivocally state that they aren’t afraid of Satan.
  2. Brian Flemming is a film director, a playwright, and an outspoken atheist.


  1. Browder was expelled from the party in 1946.
  2. Browder was imprisoned, but continued to campaign against the war after his release, resulting in his second imprisonment in 1919.
  3. Browder was never prosecuted for his espionage work on behalf of the Soviet Union.
  4. Browder was released after 14 months when the United States joined World War II and became an ally of the Soviet Union.
  5. Browder was the party's candidate for President of the United States in the 1936 presidential election but won only 80,195 votes.

Brownie Mary

  1. Brownie Mary was famous for baking and distributing " Alice B. Toklas brownies " and volunteering in the AIDS ward of San Francisco General Hospital.


  1. Bruno is the unreasonably large English Mastiff that serves as the seminal mascot for Camp Quest. (Web site)
  2. Bruno was burnt at the stake. (Web site)


  1. Bunuel is a Spanish-born filmmaker. (Web site)
  2. Bunuel was brought up as a Catholic by the Jesuits. (Web site)

Cathe Jones

  1. The Godless Grief website was founded by Cathe Jones and is a recent addition to the Atheist Alliance International's network of services.
  2. UPDATE: Cathe Jones has put up a tribute to Clark, with some links to some of his writings.
  3. Cathe Jones currently resides in Las Vegas, with husband Mike Jones, the jazz pianist for Penn and Teller's live nightly show.

Charles Bradlaugh

  1. Charles Bradlaugh: a record of his life and work. (Web site)

Christopher Hitchens

  1. Christopher Hitchens is a brilliant man, and there is no living journalist I more enjoy reading.

Chris Ferguson

  1. Chris Ferguson - Also known as "Jesus", given this name because of his trademark long brown hair and beard. (Web site)
  2. Chris Ferguson is also known as Jesus for his special apperance is well known for his style of play.
  3. Chris Ferguson: The basic idea of all artificial intelligence is to get computers to perform tasks that humans are considered to be good at. (Web site)

Cm Punk

  1. Retrieved on 2007 - 06-13. "The interviewer immediately asked Teddy about the situation with CM Punk. (Web site)
  2. Aries then became the head trainer at the ROH wrestling school, replacing the former head trainer, CM Punk.
  3. Championships and accomplishments CM Punk as ECW Champion at a house show in Hammond, Indiana.

Communist Party

  1. The Communist Party was created on November 8, 1941 with the help of Bolshevik Communist Parties, under the guidance of the Yugoslav Communist Party.
  2. The Communist Party was created on November 8, 1941 with the help of other Bolshevik Communist Parties.
  3. The communist party was created in 1941. (Web site)


  1. The county was embroiled for more than two years in a lawsuit by Union atheist Edwin Kagin over the exemption. (Web site)
  2. The county was sued anyway, not by the minister, but by Edwin Kagin, a Union resident and atheist. (Web site)


  1. Culture > Languages > Language > Glossaries
  2. Society > Politics > Socialism > Marxism > Communism > Anti-Revisionism > Hoxhaism. (Web site)
  3. Society > Religion And Spirituality > Atheism > News. (Web site)
  4. Society > Religion And Spirituality > Opposing Views > Atheism > Christian Views. (Web site)
  5. Society > Philosophy > Movements > Objectivism > People > Rand, Ayn. (Web site)

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