Alan Storkey

Those of “no religion” and atheists are quite common in the UK and elsewhere, but being an atheist is a bit less straightforward than people often think. We’ll listen carefully to some atheists, but will also be looking at a series of problems which they might not know they have in their thinking and worldview. It will involve discussions in science, philosophy, engineering, a rethink of evolution, and underlying assumptions. It won’t be too weighty, but some of the examples may involve heavy golf balls.

Alan is an economist, philosopher and artist

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