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Stephen Fry: The Importance of Unbelief

Stephen Fry gives a wonderful talk about his favorite philosophers, and his own life philosophy. He criticizes past philosophers for not giving any directions for a way of life, instead they only raise more questions. Fry is a brilliant man in every way and this is a must watch for philosophy enthusiasts.
he backed BP. I used to respect this guy
It's cool to see the way he can both respect and dislike someone (Aristotle) and why. It's good to know I don't have to love every single idea presented to me, but that I can find some of it true
It is true that most people wouldn't celebrate the beautiful of their god when looking at a ring worm. Thanks for the share Ryan!
I love Stephen Fry! He makes an interesting point while still being hilarious! "That which I cannot understand, I will call God."
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