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Richard Dawkin's Nightmare

Atheists aren't replacing themselves. I saw this linked over at Linkiest:

An interesting article in the Guardian today by philosopher Julian Baggini, which begins in cracking form:

I have one, and only one, firm and sincere desire about what quality my grandchildren should possess: non-existence.

The central question he asks is this:

The issue for me is rather one about the possible forms of the good life. I just cannot understand why it is that the
vast majority of people seem to think breeding is a vital component of a flourishing existence.
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