Yuval Avnur
Claremont College
ABSTRACTAtheists and agnostics have a vexed relationship. Atheists often regard agnostics as timid, or perhaps as disguised apologists. Agnostics often regard atheists as dogmatic hypocrites: they...
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DOI 10.1080/0020174x.2019.1658635
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