Thursday, March 29, 2012

Sam Harris books at Browsers Uncommon Books

Sam Harris books at Browsers Uncommon Books

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from wikipedia

Sam Harris (born 1967) is an American author, philosopher, and neuroscientist, as well as the co-founder and CEO of Project Reason.[1] He is the author of The End of Faith, which was published in 2004 and appeared on The New York Times best seller list for 33 weeks. The book also won the PEN/Martha Albrand Award in 2005 for nonfiction.[2] In 2006 Harris published his book Letter to a Christian Nation, a response to criticism of The End of Faith. This work was followed by The Moral Landscape published in 2010, his long-form essay Lying in 2011 and the short book Free Will in 2012.
Harris is a well-known contemporary critic of religion and a proponent of scientific skepticism.[3] He is also an advocate for the separation of church and state, freedom of religion, and the liberty to criticize religion.[4] Harris has written numerous articles for the Huffington Post, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, New York Times, Newsweek, and the journal Nature. His articles touch upon a diversity of topics, including religion, morality, neuroscience, free will, and terrorism.[5]
In his 2010 book The Moral Landscape, he argues that science can help answer moral problems, and can aid the facilitation of human well-being.[4] He regularly gives talks around the United States and Great Britain, which include speeches at University of Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, Caltech, Berkeley, Stanford University, Tufts University, as well as TED, where he outlined the arguments made in his book The Moral Landscape.[6] Harris has also made numerous television appearances, including interviews for Nightline, Real Time with Bill Maher, The O'Reilly Factor, The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, The Last Word, among others. He also appeared in the 2005 film The God Who Wasn't There. Given his mainstream exposure, Harris is considered one of the most outspoken and definitive advocates for science and reason.

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