People often ask me what to read on a particular subject. Here are some suggestions.
All my books and articles are listed in Publications.
BBC Radio 4 – The Moral Maze: Religious orthodoxy versus liberal values – a debate on circumcision and religious freedom chaired by Michael Buerk. 24 February 2018. Listen on BBC iplayer.
A debate with Alistair McGrath at Bristol University Is God a dangerous delusion? 13.11.2007
Point of Inquiry discussion with D.J. Grothe on science, belief and naturalism, 15 December 2006
Interview on spirituality, self, free will and consciousness with Mel van Dusen, 08.08.2017
A podcast for the Spiritual Naturalist Society. Consciousness, science, Zen and more. 01.08.2017
Buzzfeed How atheists find meaning in a purposeless universe, August 2015
Book chapter, My answers in: Science and Religion: Five Questions. Ed. Gregg, Caruso, Automatic Press.
Interview in The Third Way, Christian magazine, 2010
Some of my work on memes treats religions as memeplexes, e.g.:
Blackmore,S. 2001 Evolution and memes: The human brain as a selective imitation device. Cybernetics and Systems, 32, 225-255. Italian translation Blackmore S. (2003), German translation Blackmore S. (2003)
Many of my posts for the Guardian blogsite Commentisfree are about religious topics. e.g.
I feel strongly about the issue of women wearing veils. See:
Fun Award – MBA May 2011. I received in the post a delightful hand-made badge for the Gold standard Materialist Bravery Award, from Ms Dai Andthatsit in Dawkinshire. Apparently I’m so brave that I don’t need to believe in life after death. (my opinion has nothing to do with the evidence of course!)