Instead I think that Brexit hasn’t been so bad, especially in a situation in which the EU is dangerously going to establish a Christian pseudo Union without any real democracy.
And I do prefer to use my spare time to try to learn Arabic.
Alif, ba, ta, tha, jim, Ha, kha, dal, dhal, ra, zai, sin, shin, Sad, Dad, Ta, DHa, ayn, ghayn, fa, qaf, kaf, l…[Read more]
Pope John Paul II (1920–2005) heard them and lowered the requirement
from three verified miracles to two (one for beatification, another
Pope John Paul II (1920–2005) heard them and lowered the requirement from three verified loads of baloney to two (one for beatification, another for canonization)
Of course! Three loa…[Read more]
Being an Italian common people it may seem preposterous that I pretend to give an advice to Prof. Richard Dawkins. Nevertheless I have one.
Political choices aren’t all about economy, and democracy requires that citizens make a choice also if they aren’t all knowing. Voters do not know all about candidates and political parties.
In a sta…[Read more]
Fiorenzo commented on the post, How Childhood Trauma Created Christian Myth— And Why It Matters to Atheists 3 years ago
From a psychological point of view it seems that also the mother’s role is important for the issue of Childhood Traumas.
Martella, S. (2000). Pinocchio antichristian hero. The code of birth in the l […]
Fiorenzo commented on the post, Francis and Trump: Populist Leaders Preaching Divergent Messages 3 years ago
The analysis of Jim Yardley on the Francis-versus-Trump made-for-media clash seems to me an ambiguous article.
The title of the article and some paragraphs seem to put the Pope and Trump at the same level, but […]