The Atheism Tapes - Arthur Miller

After having explored the intellectual roots of atheism in A Brief History of Disbelief, Jonathan Miller continues his series of thought-provoking conversations with leading intellectuals.

In this installment with the late playwright Arthur Miller, he discusses the relationship between being a Jew in America while simultaneously being a non-believer. More interestingly perhaps, they explore the implications and oddities of the history and politics of antisemitism in the twentieth century, as well as our strange tradition of associating atheism and religious skepticism with being... unpatriotic?!?

Check out A Brief History of Disbelief (parts 1, 2 and 3).
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