“Above Us Only Sky: Atheists find morality and meaning of life”
Atheists are typically defined by what they don’t do: they do not believe in god or gods, they do not think that the universe was created for a reason, and they live their lives without hope of eternal salvation or fear of eternal damnation. Many view atheists in a negative light, as if it were impossible to live a moral fulfilling life without god. In this event we will hear how Atheist Williams Professors (Adams, Carter, Mladenovic, Maroja and van de Stadt) find morality and fulfillment. After that the floor will open to discussion.
9-10:30 am in Schapiro 241