Der Herr ist kein Hirte: Wie Religion die Welt vergiftet. Hitchens, Christopher. 76, ratings by Goodreads. ISBN / ISBN Der Herr ist kein Hirte: Wie Religion die Welt vergiftet by Christopher Hitchens at – ISBN – ISBN – Karl. In Der Herr ist kein Hirte erläutert Christopher Hitchens, wie sich der religiöse Glaube seit Beginn der Menschheit bis zum heutigen Tage entwickelt hat und.
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Christopher Eric Hitchens 13 April — 15 December was a British author, columnist, essayist, orator, journalist, and religious, literary, and social critic. Hitchens was the author, co-author, editor or co-editor of over 30 books, including five collections of essays on culture, politics and literature.
A staple of public discourse, his confrontational style of debate made him both a lauded intellectual and a controversial public figure. Having long described himself as chrisopher democratic socialist, Marxist and an anti-totalitarian, he broke from the political left after what he called the “tepid reaction” of the Western left to the Satanic Verses controversy, followed by the left’s embrace of Bill Clinton and the antiwar movement’s opposition to NATO ken in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the s.
His support of the Iraq War separated him further. He was the elder brother of the conservative journalist and author Peter Hitchens.
As an antitheist, he regarded concepts of a god or supreme being as a totalitarian belief that impedes individual freedom. He argued in favour hrr free expression and scientific discovery, and that it was superior to religion as an ethical code of conduct for human civilization. He also advocated for the separation of church and state.
The dictum “What can be hirtd without evidence can be dismissed without evidence” has become known as Hitchens’s razor. Carte Paperback — March Economic ian Carte Paperback — 26 Apr Carte Paperback — August Carte Paperback — September Carte Paperback — 04 Dec Carte Paperback — 05 Dec Carte Paperback — 03 Oct Carte Paperback — 03 Jun Carte Paperback — April Carte Paperback — 07 Jul Carte Paperback — 05 May Carte Paperback — 06 Nov Carte Paperback — 10 Aug Carte Paperback — February Carte Paperback — 13 Apr Carte Hardback — June Carte Paperback — May Carte Paperback — 07 Dec Carte Paperback — June Carte Hardback — 22 Aug Carte Paperback — 05 Oct Carte Paperback — 19 Aug Carte Paperback — 27 Oct Carte Paperback — 24 Nov Carte Paperback — 08 Nov Carte Paperback — her May Carte Hardback — October Carte Paperback — 15 Mar Carte Paperback — 27 Jul