Lista de não teístas

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Esta é uma lista de não teístas famosos, que inclui ateus, agnósticos e budistas.

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Adam Savage, idealizador e apresentador o programa Mythbusters do Discovery Channel.
Albert Einstein, físico alemão.
Alexander Graham Bell, cientista, inventor e empresário escocês.
Alinne Moraes, atriz e modelo brasileira.
Antonio Banderas, ator, produtor, cantor e diretor espanhol de cinema.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali, política e ativista neerlandesa, defensora dos direitos humanos.

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Bill Gates filantropo, autor e fundador da Microsoft (agnóstico).
Brad Pitt, ator norte-americano.
Bruce Willis, ator estadunidense.

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Caetano Veloso, compositor e cantor brasileiro
Chico Buarque, compositor e cantor brasileiro

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Daniel Radcliffe, ator britânico.
Dercy Gonçalves, atriz brasileira.

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Eddie Vedder, cantor e guitarrista estadunidense.

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Fernando Alonso, bicampeão de fórmula 1.
Friedrich Nietzsche, filósofo alemão.

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Jimmy Wales, fundador da Wikipédia.
Jodie Foster, Atriz, diretora e produtora estadunidense.
Julianne Moore, atriz estadunidense.

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Karl Marx, filosofo, autor de O Capital. É famoso por sua afirmação de que "A religião é o ópio do povo."
Katharine Hepburn,atriz norte americana.

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Lima Duarte, diretor e dublador brasileiro

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Monica Bellucci, atriz e ex-modelo internacional italiana.
Monteiro Lobato, escritor brasileiro, pioneiro da literatura infanto-juvenil, autor de "O sítio do pica-pau amarelo".

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Oscar Niemeyer, arquiteto brasileiro.

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Paulo Autran, ator brasileiro

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Raul Seixas, músico e compositor brasileiro
Richard Dawkins, escritor e cientista britânico, conhecido por defender e promover a Evolução e o Ateísmo.

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Steve Jobs empresário de informática estadunidense.

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Tariq Ali escritor e ativista paquistanês

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Woody Allen[79] , ator, roteirista e diretor de cinema americano.

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Zac Efron, ator de High School Musical (agnóstico)

Referências

  1. Dina Kraft (Mar.14, 2013). 'Repairing the world' was Aaron Swartz’s calling Haaretz. Visitado em 23 March 2013. "And although the young technologist and activist grew up to call himself an atheist, the values he grew up with appeared foundational."
  2. Abdul Rashid Dostum
  3. 'He brings a humanness to (science) that's very refreshing' Rediff On The News. Visitado em 31 October 2014. "Although he is an atheist, Dr Ashtekar says, his attitude toward work is from the Hindu religious text, the Bhagavad Gita."
  4. Celebrity Apprentice: why atheist Adam Carolla picked a Catholic charity
  5. Food for The Eagle By Adam Savage
  6. Adrianne Curry - Celebrity Atheist List
  7. "However, while Buñuel’s attacks on religion are primarily confined to Catholicism, Jodorowsky not only violates but de-centres Western religious traditions by creating a hybrid amalgamation of Western, non-Western and occult beliefs. A self-described “atheist mystic”, he has claimed to hate religion (for it “is killing the planet”), but he loves mysticism and occult practices like alchemy." David Church, Senses of Cinema, February 13, 2007. [1]
  8. Atheist Alain de Botton challenges Hitchens’ assertion that ‘religion poisons everything’
  9. Alan Cumming - Celebrity Atheist List
  10. "The question of the origin of the matter in the universe is no longer thought to be beyond the range of science — everything can be created from nothing...it is fair to say that the universe is the ultimate free lunch." Alan Guth, The Inflationary Universe: The Quest for a New Theory of Cosmic Origins (1998). q:Atheism
  11. [http://www.celebatheists.com/wiki/Alan_Turing Celebrity Atheist: Alan Turing
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  14. "The atheist existentialists, such as (...) Camus (...)" David Layton (2012). The Humanism of Doctor Who: A Critical Study in Science Fiction and Philosophy. McFarland, pg. 333
  15. Albert Einstein - Celebrity Atheist List
  16. Albert Ellis - Celebrity Atheist List
  17. Nielsen, Stevan Lars & Ellis, Albert. (1994). "A discussion with Albert Ellis: Reason, emotion and religion", Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 13(4), Win 1994. pp. 327-341
  18. Aldous Huxley - Celebrity Atheist List
  19. Alejandro Amenábar - Celebrity Atheist List
  20. Atheist Attacks Godless Constitution
  21. facts about Alexander Lukashenko - True Knowledge
  22. Theories of the Origin and Early Evolution of Life
  23. SEARCHING FOR THE ORIGIN OF LIFE - Chapter 2: MAKING LIFE'S MOLECULES
  24. Neil Schlager. Science and its times: understanding the social significance of scientific discovery. illustrated ed. [S.l.]: Gale Group, 2000. p. 112. ISBN 978-0-7876-3939-6 Página visitada em 11 April 2012.
  25. In his introduction to the Sunshine screenplay (Faber and Faber 2007), Garland writes: "Aside from being a love letter to its antecedents, I wrote Sunshine as a film about atheism. A crew is en route to a God-like entity: the Sun. The Sun is larger and more powerful than we can imagine. The Sun gave us life, and can take it away. It is nurturing, in that it provides the means of our survival, but also terrifying and hostile [...] Ultimately, even the most rational crew member is overwhelmed by his sense of wonder and, as he falls into the star, he believes he is touching the face of God. But he isn't. The Sun is God-like, but not God. Not a conscious being. Not a divine architect. And the crew member is only doing what man has always done: making an awestruck category error when confronted with our small place within the vast and neutral scheme of things. The director, Danny Boyle, who is not atheistic in the way that I am, felt differently. He believed that the crew actually were meeting God. I didn't see this as a major problem, because the difference in our approach wasn't in conflict with the way in which the story would be told."
  26. David Burns. The Life and Death of the Radical Historical Jesus. [S.l.]: Oxford University Press, 2013. p. 97. ISBN 9780199929504 Página visitada em 14 December 2012.
  27. Paul Avrich, Karen Avrich. Sasha and Emma: The Anarchist Odyssey of Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman. [S.l.]: Harvard University Press, 2012. ISBN 9780674067677 Página visitada em 14 December 2012.
  28. "Although Hurley's ecumenical links stopped short of the Communist Party, Alec Erwin, today's South African Minister of Trade and Industry, recalled their friendship in anti-apartheid days, though Erwin was an atheist and "he knew of my support for the Communist cause"." Randolph Vigne, 'Obituary: Archbishop Denis Hurley, Progressive South African Prelate', The Independent (London), February 25, 2004, Pg. 34.
  29. "He had remained steadfast in agnosticism and therefore, as Mabel took comfort in remarking, "he never denied God." Neither did he affirm God. He and Mabel occasionally attended Presbyterian services and sometimes Episcopalian, at which Mabel could follow the prayer book. Since otherwise she depended on Bell's interpreting, their church goings were rare; but their children attended Presbyterian services regularly. In 1901 Bell came across a Unitarian pamphlet and found its theology congenially undogmatic. "I have always considered myself as an Agnostic," he wrote Mabel, "but I have now discovered that I am a Unitarian Agnostic."" Bruce, Robert V (1973). Bell: Alexander Graham Bell and the Conquest of Solitude. Cornell University Press, pg. 490
  30. "Alec, a skeptical Scot whose family never attended church, gently informed her that he believed "[m]en should be judged not by their religious beliefs but by their lives." He respected Mabel's beliefs, but he himself couldn't accept the notion of life after death: "Concerning Death and Immortality, Salvation, Faith and all the other points of theoretical religion, I know absolutely nothing and can frame no beliefs whatsoever." Mabel quietly accepted Alec's agnosticism, although she firmly informed him, "It is so glorious and comforting to know there is something after this—that everything does not end with this world."" Gray, Charlotte (2006). Reluctant Genius: The Passionate Life and Inventive Mind of Alexander Graham Bell. Harper Collins Publishers Ltd., pg. 151
  31. Alex Kapranos - Celebrity Atheist List
  32. Alexander McQueen - Celebrity Atheist List
  33. Worse than Wilders. But No Death Threats
  34. 20th Century - Investigating Atheism
  35. An analysis of the atheists near-death experiences
  36. Alfred Kinsey - Celebrity Atheist List
  37. "Kinsey was also shown to be an atheist who loathed religion and its constraints on sex." 'Kinsey' critics ready, Cheryl Wetzstein, The Washington Times. Retrieved February 2, 2007.
  38. "Most of the Socialist Party members were also in favor of assimilation, and Tarski's political allegiance was socialist at the time. So, along with its being a practical move, becoming more Polish than Jewish was an ideological statement and was approved by many, though not all, of his colleagues. As to why Tarski, a professed atheist, converted, that just came with the territory and was part of the package: if you were going to be Polish then you had to say you were Catholic." Anita Burdman Feferman, Solomon Feferman, Alfred Tarski: Life and Logic (2004), page 39.
  39. Protagonista de nova série da Globo, Alinne Moraes fala sobre ateísmo.
  40. a b Ateus brasileiros famosos
  41. André Breton - Celebrity Atheist List
  42. Época (3 de Janeiro de 2007). A consolação da filosofia (em português). Visitado em 8 de Janeiro de 2011.
  43. Marie Claire (2 de Outubro de 2010). Andréa Beltrão tem 45 anos de vida, 30 de carreira, pouquíssimas rugas e uma grande família, dentro e fora de casa (em português). Visitado em 8 de Janeiro de 2011.
  44. "Of course, Markov, an atheist and eventual excommunicate of the Church quarreled endlessly with his equally outspoken counterpart Nekrasov. The disputes between Markov and Nekrasov were not limited to mathematics and religion, they quarreled over political and philosophical issues as well." Gely P. Basharin, Amy N. Langville, Valeriy A. Naumov, The Life and Work of A. A. Markov, page 6.
  45. Loren R. Graham, Jean-Michel Kantor. Naming Infinity: A True Story of Religious Mysticism and Mathematical Creativity. [S.l.]: Harvard University Press, 2009. p. 69. ISBN 978-0-674-03293-4 Página visitada em 22 April 2012.
  46. Gennady Gorelik, Antonina W. Bouis. The World of Andrei Sakharov: A Russian Physicist's Path to Freedom. [S.l.]: Oxford University Press, 2005. p. 356. ISBN 9780195156201 Página visitada em 14 August 2012.
  47. Gennadiĭ Efimovich Gorelik, Antonina W. Bouis. The World of Andrei Sakharov: A Russian Physicist's Path to Freedom. [S.l.]: Oxford University Press, 2005. p. 158. ISBN 9780195156201 Página visitada em 27 May 2012.
  48. In: Todd K. Shackelford, Viviana A. Weekes-Shackelford. The Oxford Handbook of Evolutionary Perspectives on Violence, Homicide, and War. [S.l.]: Oxford University Press, 2012. p. 465. ISBN 9780199738403 Página visitada em 14 August 2012.
  49. Andy Partridge - Celebrity Atheist List
  50. On his website's FAQ section Andy said: "I guess because of my look in the November 2006 YouTube videos, many people came to assume that I am Muslim. Well, I am not Muslim. I am actually an atheist. As a side note, I believe in anyone's right to believe in what they want and kindly ask the same. So please don't message me trying to convert me to the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster or anything else"
  51. Andy Richter - Celebrity Atheist List
  52. Andy Rooney - Celebrity Atheist List
  53. Andy Serkis on Being an Atheist Parent
  54. Arch Enemy's Angela Gossow Talks Atheism, Veganism, And More In Interview With Maximum Rock
  55. Ani DiFranco - Celebrity Atheist List
  56. Antonio Banderas - Celebrity Atheist List
  57. Extra Online (11 de Dezembro de 2010). Antonio Fagundes: "Não há uma grande verdade sobre mim" (em português). Visitado em 8 de Janeiro de 2010.
  58. The Atheist Conservative: » Antonio Gramsci
  59. "Denjoy was an atheist, but tolerant of others' religious views; he was very interested in philosophical, psychological, and social issues." "Denjoy, Arnaud", Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography Vol. 17, p.219. Detroit: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008.
  60. Arthur C. Clarke - Celebrity Atheist List
  61. "They became correspondents and, surprisingly since Tansley was an avowed atheist, friends." - Peter G. Ayres, Shaping Ecology: The Life of Arthur Tansley, page 139.
  62. Arthur Miller - Celebrity Atheist List
  63. Arthur Schopenhauer - Celebrity Atheist List
  64. "Although Schopenhauer was an atheist, he realized that his philosophy of denial had been part of several great religions; for example, Christianity, Hinduism, and Buddhism." B. R. Hergenhahn (2009). An Introduction to the History of Psychology (6ª ed.). Cengage Learning, pg. 216
  65. "A more accurate statement might be that for a German – rather than a French or British writer of that time – Schopenhauer was an honest and open atheist." David A. Leeming, Kathryn Madden, Stanton Marlan, ed. (2009). Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion, Volume 2. Springer. p. 824
  66. "For Kant, the mathematical sublime, as seen for example in the starry heavens, suggests to imagination the infinite, which in turn leads by subtle turns of contemplation to the concept of God. Schopenhauer's atheism will have none of this, and he rightly observes that despite adopting Kant's distinction between the dynamical and mathematical sublime, his theory of the sublime, making reference to the struggles and sufferings of struggles and sufferings of Will, is unlike Kant's." Dale Jacquette, ed. (2007). Schopenhauer, Philosophy and the Arts. Cambridge University Press. p. 22
  67. Arundhati Roy - Celebrity Atheist List
  68. Asia Carrera - Celebrity Atheist List
  69. "(...) the only thing we have in common with those so designated is that we do not believe in God." John Stuart Mill, Auguste Comte. 'The Correspondence of John Stuart Mill and Auguste Comte', Transaction Publishers, p. 320.
  70. "Despite his atheism, Comte was concerned with moral regeneration and the establishment of a spiritual power." Mary Pickering, 'Auguste Comte and the Saint-Simonians', French Historical Studies Vol. 18, No. 1 (Spring 1993), pp. 211-236.
  71. "But tragically, Comte's "remarkable clearness and extent of vision as to natural things" was coupled with a "total blindness in regard to all that pertains to man's spiritual nature and relations." His "astonishing philosophic power" served only to increase the "plausibility" of a dangerous infidelity. Comte was, once unmasked, a "blank, avowed, unblushing Atheist." [...] Some of the Reformed writers were careful enough to note that technically Comte was not an atheist since he never denied the existence of God, merely his comprehensibility. Practically, however, this made little difference. It only pointed to the skepticism and nescience at the core of his positivism. The epistemological issues dominated the criticism of Comte. Quickly, his atheism was traced to his sensual psychology (or "sensualistic psychology", as Robert Dabney preferred to say)." Charles D. Cashdollar, 'Auguste Comte and the American Reformed Theologians', Journal of the History of Ideas Vol. 39, No. 1 (January–March 1978), pp. 61-79.
  72. Auguste Comte - University of Hawaii
  73. Ayaan Hirsi Ali | 2012 Global Atheist Convention
  74. Obama, Barack. "My Spiritual Journey", TIME. Página visitada em 2008-09-26.
  75. http://books.google.com/books?id=3IFGBYwJbIsC&pg=PA25&dq=spinoza+atheism&hl=en&sa=X&ei=oD4BUsb8CcOCyQGjsYCACA&ved=0CDgQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=spinoza%20atheism&f=false
  76. NNDB (de de 2010). Bill Gates - Profile (em inglês). Visitado em 9 de Janeiro de 2011.
  77. Bjork profileGQ, "GQ&A: Björk""Irish atheists challenge new blasphemy laws" 1 January 2010 Guardian
  78. Doug Renselle. A Review of Amy Wallace's The Prodigy Quantonics, Inc.. Visitado em 20 June 2012. "Rabid atheist by age six. (His father, Boris, was too, but intensely studied great religious works.)"
  79. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Yahoo! Notícias (de de 2010). Os famosos que não acreditam em Deus (em português). Visitado em 9 de Janeiro de 2011.
  80. '"We're dealing with religious zealots. I mean, they're so far behind the equal as it is and it's not like they...no one's ever coming up to us, as individuals, and asking about our individual viewpoints, because in our band, believe it or not, though I am a staunch atheist, there are variation on that theme that go through our band" Bad Religion Talk 'True North' and Religious Views (Part 1 of 2)]
  81. Kendall, Paul. "Professor Brian Cox: bringing the solar system to your living room", The Daily Telegraph, March 14, 2010.
  82. Dr. Brian Cox (science consultant) - Sunshine - Interview Sci-fi-online.com (2007-08-27). Visitado em 2012-06-03.
  83. Bruce Willis - Celebrity Atheist List (em inglês) www.celebatheists.com. Visitado em 19 de Julho de 2010.
  84. "Within a year I had gone to Miss Graves to tell her that I no longer believed in God. 'I know,' she said, 'I have been through that myself.' But her strategy misfired: I never went through it." B.F. Skinner, pp. 387-413, E.G. Boring and G. Lindzey's A History of Psychology in Autobiography (Vol. 5), New York: Appleton Century-Crofts, 1967.
  85. Vídeo "Caetano se declara ateu no Domingão do Faustão, 31-07-2011", disponível no YouTube
  86. Não existem ateus na Bahia
  87. a b Vermelho - Os ateus põem a cabeça pra fora. Visitado em 09/06/2002.
  88. Caetano Veloso, ateu famoso
  89. "...he always remained true to his own concepts and ideals and did not dissimulate. His open designation of himself as "atheist" in "Who's Who in America" and his opposition to the invasion of the Soviet Union by the Allies..." H J Muller, 'Dr. Calvin B. Bridges', Nature 143, 191-192 (04 Feb 1939).
  90. Vídeo "O Deus de Carlos Drummond de Andrade", disponível no YouTube.
  91. Vídeo "O ateismo de Drummond", disponível no YouTube.
  92. [Guia dos Curiosos] guiadoscuriosos.com.br. Visitado em 11 de fevereiro de 2011.
  93. [carlos lyra o comeco e o fim da bossa. Visitado em 06 de Junho de 2010.
  94. Mário Magalhães fala sobre Carlos Marighella PCdoB (22 de novembro de 2012). Visitado em 28 de janeiro de 2013. "Mário Magalhães se lançou ao desafio de recontar a história de um filho de Oxóssi que se dizia ateu."
  95. Trip - Google Livros books.google.com.br. Visitado em 11 de fevereiro de 2011.
  96. Celeb Atheist: Charlie Chaplin
  97. "I am so sorry to hear of Asher's passing. I will miss his scientific insight and advice, but even more his humor and stuborn integrity. I remember when one of his colleagues complained about Asher's always rejecting his manuscript when they were sent to him to referee. Asher said in effect, "You should thank me. I am only trying to protect your reputation." He often pretended to consult me, a fellow atheist, on matters of religious protocol. As we waited in line to eat the hors d'oeuvres at a conference in Evanston, he said, "There is a prayer Jews traditionally say when they do something new that they have never done before. I am about to eat a new kind of non-Kosher food. Do you think I should say the prayer?" My wife and grown children, who are visiting us this new year, and remember Asher from when we all lived in Cambridge 20 years ago, join me in sending you our condolences for this sudden loss of an irrepressible and irreplaceable person. Please convey our feelings especially to your mother at this difficult time. " Charles H. Bennett's letter written to the family of Israeli physicist, Asher Peres, A selection of the many letters of condolence sent to the Peres family during January 2005 .
  98. "Chico Anysio se declara ateu e é ofendido por crentes."
  99. "Deus ? Que Deus ?"
  100. Atlantseglaren från Bromma vill tänja gränsen mot rymden, Dagens Nyheter, December 10, 2006.
  101. Tom Siegfried (June 28, 2013). When the atom went quantum - Bohr's revolutionary atomic theory turns 100 Society for Science & the Public 2000. Visitado em 1 July 2013. "As for standard religion, though, Bohr was unsympathetic. His mother was a nonpracticing Jew, his father an atheist Lutheran."
  102. Celebrity Atheist: Christopher Hitchens
  103. Preview: The Four Horsemen of New Atheism reunited
  104. a b "Napoleon replies: "How comes it, then, that Laplace was an atheist? At the Institute neither he nor Monge, nor Berthollet, nor Lagrange believed in God. But they did not like to say so." Baron Gaspard Gourgaud, Talks of Napoleon at St. Helena with General Baron Gourgaud (1904), page 274.
  105. "Shannon described himself as an atheist and was outwardly apolitical." William Poundstone, Fortune's Formula, Hill and Wang: New York (2005), page 18.
  106. Steve Kroft asked Venter on CBS' Sixty Minutes, 21 November 2010: "Do you believe in God?" Venter replied, "No. The universe is far more wonderful."
  107. Celebrity Atheist: Daniel Dennett
  108. Preview: The Four Horsemen of New Atheism reunited
  109. Gazeta Online. Danton Mello: 'Sou ateu. Não preciso de nenhuma religião para praticar o bem' (em português).
  110. "First of all, I do not believe in the supernatural, so I take it for granted that consciousness has a material explanation. I also do not believe in insoluble problems, therefore I believe that this explanation is accessible in principle to reason, and that one day we will understand consciousness just as we today understand what life is, whereas once this was a deep mystery." David Deutsch in an interview with Philosophy Now magazine, Philosophy Now, December/January 2001 issue.
  111. G1 (19 de Julho de 2008). Morre Dercy Gonçalves aos 101 anos (em português). Visitado em 9 de Janeiro de 2011.
  112. "...my father [Derek] was a British Atheist... from a rather well known Sephardic Jewish family..." de Solla Price, Mark (2007-12-09). Are you Jewish?. Visitado em 2008-08-01. Cópia arquivada em 2008-04-30.
  113. "[Religion] is not an easy subject to deal with, but as zoologists we must do our best to observe what actually happens rather than listen to what is supposed to be happening. If we do this, we are forced to the conclusion that, in a behavioural sense, religious activities consist of the coming together of large groups of people to perform repeated and prolonged submissive displays to appease a dominant individual. The dominant individual takes many forms in different cultures, but always has the common factor of immense power. [...] If these submissive actions are successful, the dominant individual is appeased. [...] The dominant individual is usually, but not always, referred to as a god. Since none of these gods exist in a tangible form, why have they been invented? To find the answer to this we have to go right back to our ancestral origins." Desmond Morris, The Naked Ape, p.178-179, Jonathan Cape, 1967.
  114. "Man's evolution as a neotenous ape has put him in a similar position to the dog's. He becomes sexually mature and yet he still needs a parent — a super-parent, one as impressive to him as a man must be to a dog. The answer was to invent a god — either a female super-parent in the shape of a Mother Goddess, or a male god in the shape of God the Father, or perhaps even a whole family of gods. Like real parents they would both protect, punish and be obeyed. [...] These — the houses of the gods — the temples, the churches and the cathedrals — are buildings apparently made for giants, and a space visitor would be surprised to find on closer examination that these giants are never at home. Their followers repeatedly visit them and bow down before them, but they themselves are invisible. Only their bell-like cries can be heard across the land. Man is indeed an imaginative species." Desmond Morris, The Pocket Guide to Manwatching, p.234-236 Triad Paperbacks, 1982.
  115. Vídeo "Dilma acredita em Deus? [2007] "Será que há?"", disponível no Youtube.
  116. "A presidente Dilma Rousseff, agnóstica, tem em sua sala de espera várias estátuas de santas." Ministro que condenou o ex-diretor do Banco do Brasil justifica fuga à Itália
  117. Intolerância religiosa
  118. a b c d e Isto é - Ateus, graças a Deus. Visitado em 12/06/2009.
  119. "It can hardly have been due to any reluctance on Newton's part to becoming too closely involved with Halley, the well-known atheist." Derek Gjertsen, The Newton Handbook (1986), page 250.
  120. "In religious matters he was an atheist." A.G. MacGregor: "Bailey, Edward Battersby", Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography Vol. 1 p. 393. Detroit: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008.
  121. Revista Época. A dura vida dos ateus em um Brasil cada vez mais evangélico (em português).
  122. Michel Meulders. In: Laurence Garey. Helmholtz: From Enlightenment to Neuroscience. [S.l.]: MIT Press, 2010. p. 74. ISBN 9780262014489 Página visitada em 5 May 2013.
  123. David Klinghoffer. 'Darwin Would Put God Out of Business' Beliefnet, Inc.. Visitado em 21 May 2013. "The author is Emile Zuckerkandl of Stanford University. Prof. Zuckerkandl ferociously attacks ID and any belief in a designer, God, or other "superghost"."
  124. Revista Trip - Erasmo Carlos
  125. "About the same time he stopped observing Jewish religious rituals and rejected a cause he had once embraced, Zionism. He "just didn't want to participate in any division of the human race, whether religious or political," he explained decades later (Wershba, p. 12), by which time he was a confirmed atheist." Keay Davidson: "Fromm, Erich Pinchas", American National Biography Online, Feb. 2000 (accessed April 28, 2008) [2].
  126. R. S. Cohen. Ernst Mach, Physicist and Philosopher. [S.l.]: Springer, 1975. p. 158. ISBN 978-90-277-0016-2
  127. Gregory Scott Charak. Between Soul and Precision: Ernst Mach's Biological Empiricism and the Social Democratic Philosophy of Science. [S.l.]: ProQuest, 2007. p. 94. ISBN 9780549129738 Página visitada em 4 September 2012.
  128. Helge Kragh. Matter And Spirit In The Universe: Scientific And Religious Preludes To Modern Cosmology. [S.l.]: OECD Publishing, 2004. p. 55. ISBN 9781860944697 Página visitada em 4 September 2012.
  129. An appreciation of biologist Ernst Mayr (1904-2005) Wsws.org (2005-05-03). Visitado em 2012-06-03.
  130. Walter J. Moore. A Life of Erwin Schrödinger. [S.l.]: Cambridge University Press, 1994. 289–290 p. ISBN 9780521469340 Página visitada em 11 August 2012.
  131. Andrea Diem-Lane. Spooky Physics. [S.l.]: MSAC Philosophy Group. p. 42. ISBN 9781565430808 Página visitada em 11 August 2012.
  132. Moore, Walter. A Life of Erwin Schrödinger. [S.l.]: Cambridge University Press, 1994. ISBN 978-0-521-46934-0
  133. Moore, Walter. Schrödinger: Life and Thought. [S.l.: s.n.], 1989. ISBN 0-521-43767-9
  134. Walter J. Moore. Schrödinger: Life and Thought. [S.l.]: Cambridge University Press, 1992. p. 4. ISBN 9780521437677 Página visitada em 24 September 2012.
  135. Erwin Schrodinger. Visitado em 22 June 2012. "He claimed to be an atheist, but he used religious symbolism and believed that his scientific work was 'an approach to God'."
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  138. FHC, que se dizia ateu, resolveu acreditar no Demônio, diz Tarso..
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  142. "Francis Crick was an evangelical atheist."Francis Crick's Legacy for Neuroscience: Between the α and the Ω
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  144. "There is Crick the mentor, Crick the atheist, Crick the free-thinker, and Crick the playful."Entertaining Dr Crick
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  147. "The same Arago who spent his time criticizing unfounded myths now peddled them. Arago the atheist now spoke of souls." Theresa Levitt, The shadow of enlightenment: optical and political transparency in France, 1789-1848, page 105.
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  149. When describing a total solar eclipse, Close wrote: "It was simultaneously ghastly, beautiful, supernatural. Even for a 21st century atheist, the vision was such that I thought, "If there is a heaven, this is what its entrance is like." The heavenly vision demanded music by Mozart; instead we had the crickets." Frank Close, 'Dark side of the moon', The Guardian, August 9, 2001, Guardian Online Pages, Pg. 8.
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  151. "His tolerance and good humour enabled him to disagree strongly without giving or taking offence, for example with his brother Michael Ramsey whose ordination (he went on to become archbishop of Canterbury) Ramsey, as a militant atheist, naturally regretted." D. H. Mellor, 'Ramsey, Frank Plumpton (1903–1930)', Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edition, October 2005 (accessed May 2, 2008).
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  155. "Raised in a completely nonreligious family, Joliot never attended any church and was a thoroughgoing atheist all his life." Perrin, Francis: "Joliot, Frédéric", Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography Vol. 7 p. 151. Detroit: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008.
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  164. "Yet, sailing to Egypt, he had lain on deck, asking his scientists whether the planets were inhabited, how old the Earth was, and whether it would perish by fire or by flood. Many, like his friend Gaspard Monge, the first man to liquefy a gas, were atheists." Vincent Cronin, The View from Planet Earth: Man looks at the Cosmos, page 164.
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  166. Archibald Henderson. George Bernard Shaw: His Life And Works, a Critical Biography. [S.l.]: Kessinger Publishing, 2004. p. 135. ISBN 9781417961771 Página visitada em 30 May 2012.
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  169. ANDERSON: "What, uh, one thing I’m fascinated with is, of course, George Gamow left the university in ’59 [1956], and Edward Teller had left in 1946 [1945] and went to the University of Chicago. But do you have any recollections of maybe some of the, anything between Dr. Marvin and Dr. Gamow, as far as, just before he left and went to Colorado?" NAESER: "Ah, no, I don’t know of any. I know Gamow made no, never did hide the fact that he was an atheist, but whether that came into the picture, I don’t know. But the story around the university was that Gamow and Mrs. Gamow were divorced, but they were in the same social circles some of the time, he thought it was better to get out of Washington. That’s why he went to Ohio State." The George Washington University and Foggy Bottom Historical Encyclopedia, Gamow, George and Edward Teller, October 23, 1996.
  170. Grote Reber. The Big Bang Is Bunk 21st Century Science Associates.. Visitado em 28 May 2012. "After the initial mathematical work on relativity the ory had been done, the Big Bang theory itself was invented by a Belgian priest, Georges lemaitre, im proved upon by an avowed atheist, George Gamow, and is now all but universally accepted by those who hold advanced degrees in astronomy and the physical sciences, despite its obvious absurdity."
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  175. The Pearl Fishers - Georges Bizet Virginia Opera. Visitado em 19 April 2012. "At the end of the first year he was asked to submit a religious work as his required composition. As a self-described atheist, Bizet felt uneasy and hypocritical writing a religious piece. Instead, he submitted a comic opera. Publicly, the committee accepted, acknowledging his musical talent."
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  177. Georges Charpak NNDB.com. Visitado em 17 July 2012.
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  179. "Deleuze's atheist critique is powerful (...)" Iconoclastic Theology: Gilles Deleuze and the Secretion of Atheism. F. LeRon Shults (2014). Edinburgh University Press, p. 103.
  180. "Some say God is living there [in space]. I was looking around very attentively, but I did not see anyone there. I did not detect either angels or gods. ... I don't believe in God. I believe in man-his strength, his possibilities, his reason." Gherman Titov, comments made at World Fair, Seattle, Washington, May 6, 1962, reported in The Seattle Daily Times, May 7, 1962, p. 2.
  181. "Hardy... was a stringent atheist..." Hit Play on Ramanujan, by Lisa Drostova, East Bay Express, April 30, 2003. Retrieved October 7, 2007.
  182. "The first Bombe to be delivered was named Agnus by Turing: a joke that atheist Hardy might have made..." Alan Turing — a Cambridge Scientific Mind, by Andrew Hodges, Cambridge Scientific Minds (Cambridge University Press, 2002) Retrieved July 2, 2007.
  183. "Apesar de Greene depois opôs-se a ser chamado de "escritor católico", ele se tornou célebre por empregar temas religiosos em suas obras, elogiado pelos críticos católicos durante a sua vida pela forma poderosa em que seus romances exploração dos temas do pecado, a condenação, o mal, e o perdão divino. Mas o relacionamento de Greene com a igreja nunca foi fácil, e ele foi muitas vezes crítico da religião. Em seus últimos anos ele começou a se referir a si mesmo como um 'católico ateu' (Shelden, 6)." Michael Shelden: 'Greene, (Henry) Graham (1904–1991)', Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, September 2004; online edition, January 2006 [3] (accessed May 1, 2008).
  184. "Eu não gosto de piedade religiosa convencional. Estou mais à vontade com o catolicismo de países católicos. Eu sempre achei difícil acreditar em Deus. Eu suponho que eu agora chamo a mim mesmo um ateu Católico." Graham Greene, interviewed by VS Pritchett, Saturday Review: Graham Greene into the light', The Times, March 18, 1978; pg. 6; Issue 60260; col A.
  185. "The study of medicine also contributed to a loss of religious faith and to becoming atheist." Michael Heidelberger, Nature from within: Gustav Theodor Fechner and his psychophysical worldview, page 21.
  186. Denis Brian. The Voice Of Genius: Conversations With Nobel Scientists And Other Luminaries. [S.l.]: Basic Books, 2001. p. 117. ISBN 9780738204475 Página visitada em 22 September 2012.
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  190. Harold Kroto claims to have four "religions": humanism, atheism, amnesty-internationalism and humourism.[4]
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  195. "Since his childhood in Vienna Bondi had been an atheist, developing from an early age a view on religion that associated it with repression and intolerance. This view, which he shared with Hoyle, never left him. On several occasions he spoke out on behalf of freethinking, so-called, and became early on active in British atheist or "humanist" circles. From 1982 to 1999, he was president of the British Humanist Association, and he also served as president of the Rationalist Press Association of United Kingdom." Helge Kragh: "Bondi, Hermann", Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography Vol. 19 p. 343. Detroit: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008. Accessed via Gale Virtual Reference Library April 29, 2008.
  196. In a letter to the Guardian, Jane Wynne Willson, Vice-President of the British Humanist Association, added to his obituary: "Also president of the Rationalist Press Association from 1982 until his death, and with a particular interest in Indian rationalism, Hermann was a strong supporter of the Atheist Centre in Andhra Pradesh. He and his wife Christine visited the centre a number of times, and the hall in the science museum there bears his name. When presented with a prestigious international award, he divided a large sum of money between the Atheist Centre and women's health projects in Mumbai." Obituary letter: Hermann Bondi, Guardian, September 23, 2005 (accessed April 29, 2008).
  197. "Muller, who through Unitarianism had become an enthusiastic pantheist, was converted both to atheism and to socialism." Hermann Joseph Muller. 1890–1967, G. Pontecorvo, Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society, Vol. 14, Nov., 1968 (Nov., 1968), pp. 348-389 (Quote from p. 353) Retrieved July 14, 2007.
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  200. "Everett was a life-long atheist, but he did not let that stand in his way as St. John's was well-regarded academically and socially." Peter Byrne, The Many Worlds of Hugh Everett III: Multiple Universes, Mutual Assured Destruction, and the Meltdown of a Nuclear Family (2010), page 29.
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  216. "(...) the writings of such atheistic post-modernists as Jean Baudrillard, Jacques Derrida, Julia Kristeva, Michel Foucault, Jacques Lacan, Roland Barthes and Jean-François Lyotard." Michael D. Waggoner (2011). Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education: Connecting Parallel Universities. Taylor & Francis, pg. 88
  217. Martin Hägglund (2008). Radical Atheism: Derrida and the Time of Life. Stanford University Press
  218. "So when I say “I rightly pass as an atheist” I know that because of everything that I’ve done so far, say in terms of deconstruction and so on and so forth, I’ve given a number of signs of my being a non-believer in God in a certain way, an atheist. And nevertheless, although I confirm that it is right to say “I’m an atheist”, I can’t say myself “I am an atheist” as a position, see “I am” or “I know what I am”: “I am this, and nothing else and I’m identifying myself as an atheist.” I would never say… this would sound obscene: “I am.” I wouldn’t say “I am an atheist” or I wouldn’t say “I am a believer” either." Jacques Derrida On ‘Atheism’ and ‘Belief’ (excerto de uma entrevista do filósofo em Toronto em 2002)
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  226. "James Franck was born in Hamburg, the son of a Jewish banker. ...As he said, science was his God and nature his religion. He did not insist that his daughters attend religious instruction classes (Religionsunterricht) in school. But he was very proud of his Jewish heritage..." David Nachmansohn, German-Jewish pioneers in science, 1900-1933: highlights in atomic physics, chemistry, and biochemistry, page 62.
  227. Watson is identified as an atheist by his acquaintance, Rabbi Marc Gellman. Trying to Understand Angry Atheists: Why do nonbelievers seem to be threatened by the idea of God?, by Rabbi Marc Gellman, Newsweek, April 28, 2006. Retrieved November 11, 2006.
  228. When asked by a student if he believed in God, Watson replied "Oh, no. Absolutely not... The biggest advantage to believing in God is you don't have to understand anything, no physics, no biology. I wanted to understand." JoAnne Viviano. "Nobel Prize-winning scientist wows some, worries others", The Vindicator, October 19, 2007. Página visitada em 2007-10-19. [ligação inativa]
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  234. "As an atheist, Baudrillard took no interest in Kierkegaard's theological work (...)" Jon Bartley Stewart (2011). Kierkegaard's Influence on the Social Sciences. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., pg. 9
  235. "(...) the writings of such atheistic post-modernists as Jean Baudrillard, Jacques Derrida, Julia Kristeva, Michel Foucault, Jacques Lacan, Roland Barthes and Jean-François Lyotard." Michael D. Waggoner (2011). Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education: Connecting Parallel Universities. Taylor & Francis, pg. 88
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  239. "It is a scene I won’t forget in a hurry: Jean-Marie Lehn, French winner of the Nobel prize in chemistry, defending his atheism at a packed public conference at the new Alexandria Library in Egypt." Ehsan Masood, ProspectMagazine.co.uk, Islam’s reformers, 22nd July 2006.
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  242. "He studied at the Jesuit College in Lyon and at this stage he nearly decided to join the Jesuit Order. In fact it was his parents who encouraged him to continue his education by going to Paris to study law, which he did. It is somewhat ironical that Lalande, who would later become renowned as an atheist, should have come so close to becoming a Jesuit." J J O'Connor and E F Robertson, Joseph-Jérôme Lefrançais de Lalande.
  243. Negócios e Carreira - NOTÍCIAS - Um guaraná cor-de-rosa do Maranhão conquista a maior premiação mundial de design revistaepoca.globo.com. Visitado em 11 de fevereiro de 2011.
  244. O Melhores da Ciência e Tecnologia
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  246. ""Having a reasonable grounding in statistics and probability and no belief in luck, fate, karma, or god(s), the only casino game that interests me is blackjack," he wrote in a .plan file." - John D. Carmack, David Kushner, Masters of Doom: How two guys created an Empire and transformed Pop Culture (2003).
  247. "Conway propped up the pillow behind his head and grinned. "I like showing off. When I make a new discovery, and I really like telling people about it. I guess I'm not so much a mathematician as a teacher. In America, kids aren't supposed to like mathematics. It's so sad.' Conway sat up suddenly. 'Most people think that mathematics is cold. But it's not at all! For me, the whole damn thing is sensual and exciting. I like what it looks like, and I get a hell of a lot more pleasure out of math than most people do out of art!' He relaxed slightly, and he lowered his voice. 'I feel like an artist. I like beautiful things - they're there already; man doesn't have to create it. I don't believe in God, but I believe that nature is unbelievably subtle and clever. In physics, for instance, the real answer to a problem is usually so subtle and surprising that it wasn't even considered in the first place. That the speed of light is a constant - impossible! Nobody even thought about it. And quantum mechanics is even worse, but it's so beautiful, and it works!"", John Horton Conway in an interview with Charles Seife, The Sciences (1994).
  248. "The Bernals were originally Sephardic Jews who came to Ireland in 1840 from Spain via Amsterdam and London. They converted to Catholicism and John was Jesuit-educated. John enthusiastically supported the Easter Rising and, as a boy, he organised a Society for Perpetual Adoration. He moved away from religion as an adult, becoming an atheist." William Reville, John Desmond Bernal – The Sage.
  249. Sylvia Nasar. A Beautiful Mind. [S.l.]: Simon and Schuster, 2011. p. 143. ISBN 9781439126493 Página visitada em 24 January 2013.
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  251. "In these years Leslie was an unsuccessful candidate for the chairs of natural philosophy at the universities of St Andrews and Glasgow respectively. He failed at the former because he was then an extreme whig and an atheist who deplored the Erastianism of many of the Scottish clergy." Jack Morrell, 'Leslie, Sir John (1766–1832)', Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004 (accessed May 2, 2008).
  252. From a Humanist News interview in Autumn 2001: Interviewer: What is your attitude to religion now? JMS: Ever since reading (J. B. S. Haldane's book) Possible Worlds I have been an atheist, and a semi-conscious atheist before that. I think there are two views you can have about religion. You can be tolerant of it and say, I don't believe in this but I don't mind if other people do, or you can say, I not only don't believe in it but I think it is dangerous and damaging for other people to believe in it and they should be persuaded that they are mistaken. I fluctuate between the two. I am tolerant because religious institutions facilitate some very important work that would not get done otherwise, but then I look around and see what an incredible amount of damage religion is doing. [6]
  253. "Responding to Richard Dawkins's pestering his fellow atheists to "come out", I mention that I am indeed an atheist. To count oneself as an atheist one need not claim to have a proof that no gods exist. One need merely think that the evidence on the god question is in about the same state as the evidence on the werewolf question." [7]
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  255. {{|last=Sulston|first=John|title=Another 50 Renowned Academics Speaking About God|accessdate=8 April 2012|quote=I believe atheism makes coherent sense.}}
  256. Larry King Special: Johnny Depp - Larry King Live - Transmitido em 16 de outube de 2011 às 20:00 ET; CNN. Transcrição disponível no endereço eletrônico: http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/1110/16/lkl.01.html . Entrevista disponível na mais famosa videoteca da rede sob título: "Johnny Depp interview with Larry King". Excerto: "KING: Do you have faith? DEPP: I have faith in my kids. ... Faith in terms of religion, I don't -- religion is not my specialty, you know."
  257. "Religions are technologies that are evolved over millennia to do this and many religions are very effective in doing this. I'm an atheist, I don't believe that gods actually exist, but I part company with the New Atheists because I believe that religion is an adaptation that generally works quite well to suppress selfishness, to create moral communities, to help people work together, trust each other and collaborate towards common ends." Jonathan Haidt, Interview with Jonathan Haidt, Vox Popoli November 19, 2007 (accessed April 14, 2008).
  258. Deus não existe fora da cabeça das pessoas
  259. Vídeo "Saramago é questionado se a doença havia mudado a sua percepção de Deus; veja sabatina da Folha", disponível no YouTube.
  260. Vídeo "Onde está Deus? - José Saramago", disponível no YouTube.
  261. Ator José Wilker (1947-2014) foi um ateu assumido.
  262. Fui educado por padres pedófilos.
  263. Joseph Mazzini Wheeler. A biographical dictionary of freethinkers of all ages and nations. [S.l.]: Progressive publishing company, 1889. p. 232. Página visitada em 20 May 2013.
  264. Warren Allen Smith. Who's who in hell: a handbook and international directory for humanists, freethinkers, naturalists, rationalists, and non-theists. [S.l.]: Barricade Books, 2000. p. 762. ISBN 9781569801581 Página visitada em 20 May 2013.
  265. “Deixem Jesus em paz”, pede Juca Kfouri
  266. Mathew Philips. Tragedy and Opportunity: The parents of slain journalist Danny Pearl have devoted their lives to improving Muslim-Jewish relations.. Visitado em 12 July 2013. "I turned secular at the age of 11, by divine revelation. [Laughs.] I was standing on the roof of the house my father built, looking down on the street and suddenly it became very clear to me that there is no God."
  267. "(...) the writings of such atheistic post-modernists as Jean Baudrillard, Jacques Derrida, Julia Kristeva, Michel Foucault, Jacques Lacan, Roland Barthes and Jean-François Lyotard." Michael D. Waggoner (2011). Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education: Connecting Parallel Universities. Taylor & Francis, pg. 88
  268. Philosopher and Atheist Julia Kristeva Addresses Assisi
  269. Religion, atheism, and the crisis of meaning in Julia Kristeva's critique of modernity
  270. 'Mystic Atheism': Julia Kristeva's Negative Theology
  271. Listed his religion as "Atheism" in his Ok Cupid profile. Julian Assange’s OK Cupid Profile, BuzzFeed.com.
  272. "Despite his atheism Huxley could appreciate Teilhard de Chardin's vision of evolution, and like his grandfather T. H. Huxley he believed progress could be described in biological terms." Robert Olby, 'Huxley, Sir Julian Sorell (1887–1975)', Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, Sept 2004; online edition, May 2007 (accessed May 2, 2008).
  273. Referência retirada de artigo na Wikipédia anglófona: "Although he became an atheist early in life and resented the strict upbringing of his parents’ religion, he identified with Jewish culture and joined several international fights against anti-Semitism." Craver, Carl F: "Axelrod, Julius", Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography Vol. 19 p. 122. Detroit: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008.
  274. In Europe, God Is (Not) Dead
  275. The Church Is Under Siege. But Habermas, the Atheist, Is Coming to its Defense
  276. "Jürgen Habermas, who as a prominent intellectual and theorist advocates a strict methodological atheism." Perez, Celestino Jr. (2008). </ Juergen Habermas and Pope John Paul II on Faith, Reason, and Politics in the Modern World. ProQuest, p. viii
  277. 'Tis the season tho reveal what atheists really want
  278. Crítica da Filosofia do Direito de Hegel, 1843
  279. Keanu Reeves - Celebrity Atheist List www.celebatheists.com. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  280. Kip Thorne: physicist studying time travel tapped for Hollywood film Guardian News and Media Limited (21 June 2013). Visitado em 30 October 2014. "Thorne grew up in an academic, Mormon family in Utah but is now an atheist. "There are large numbers of my finest colleagues who are quite devout and believe in God, ranging from an abstract humanist God to a very concrete Catholic or Mormon God. There is no fundamental incompatibility between science and religion. I happen to not believe in God.""
  281. Jane Smiley. The Man Who Invented the Computer: The Biography of John Atanasoff, Digital Pioneer. [S.l.]: Random House Digital, Inc., 2010. ISBN 9780385527132 Página visitada em 24 May 2012.
  282. Konrad Zuse. The Computer, My Life. [S.l.]: Springer, 1993. 12–13 p. ISBN 978-3-540-56453-9 Página visitada em 25 April 2012.
  283. "A reader who has suffered me so far will have realised how much of my mental energy had been hitherto absorbed in a fruitless search for an intellectually compelling rationale to rescue some fragments from the wreckage of my family faith. The mood of liberation I experienced when I finally discarded the last remnant of theism was no less exhilarating than that of Bunyan's Pilgrim when the burden of sin fell from his back. [...] In retrospect, the final steps seem as sudden as they were painless. [...] As I looked upward [at the night sky], I realised that the sole prospect was limitless expanse of unthreatening and impersonal emptiness — but for unapproachable galaxies — of a universe without purpose of punishment or reward for a lately arrived animal species, free to make or mar its own destiny without help or hindrance from above." Lancelot Hogben, Lancelot Hogben: Scientific Humanist: An Unauthorised Autobiography, edited by Adrian and Ann Hogben. Merlin Press, 1998.
  284. Ingrams, Richard. "Larry Adler: brilliant musician, formidable campaigner", 12 August 2001. “I was among friends and family who packed a chapel at Golders Green crematorium on Friday to hear more than two hours of tributes to Larry Adler. In accordance with Larry's wishes - he was an inveterate atheist who refused to recognise the supernatural in any shape or form - there were no religious observances.”
  285. Laurent Schwartz. A Mathematician Grappling With His Century. [S.l.]: Springer, 2001. p. 193. ISBN 9783764360528 Página visitada em 15 February 2013.
  286. "...I had the opportunity to participate in several exciting panel discussions at the World Science Festival in New York City. But the most dramatic encounter took place at the panel strangely titled 'Science, Faith and Religion.'... I ended up being one of two panelists labeled 'atheists.'..." God and Science Don't Mix: A scientist can be a believer. But professionally, at least, he can't act like one., Lawrence M. Krauss, The Wall Street Journal, page A15, 26 June 2009 (retrieved 22 May 2010). On the 21 June 2012 Colbert Report, the author of A Universe from Nothing: Why There is Something Rather than Nothing told Colbert: "There is no evidence for any deity.... You don't need him.... There's no need for God." The evolutions of the universe occur "without any supernatural shenanigans."
  287. "Another aspect of this is that a scientific cosmology can contain no residue of the idea that the world was constructed by some being who is not a part of it. As the creatures who makes things, it is our most natural impulse to ask: When we come upon something beautifully or intricately structured, who made it? We must learn to give up this impulse if we are to do scientific cosmology. As there can, by definition, be nothing outside the universe, a scientific cosmology must be based on a conception that the universe made itself." Lee Smolin, What is the Future of Cosmology?, pbs.org.
  288. "Festinger, a professed atheist, was an original thinker and a restless, highly motivated individual with (in his words) "little tolerance for boredom". " Franz Samelson: "Festinger, Leon", American National Biography Online, Feb. 2000 (accessed April 28, 2008) [8].
  289. Babu Gogineni (July 10, 2012). It’s the Atheist Particle, actually Postnoon News. Visitado em 10 July 2012. "Leon Lederman is himself an atheist and he regrets the term, and Peter Higgs who is an atheist too, has expressed his displeasure, but the damage has been done!"
  290. In a review of Susskind's book The Cosmic Landscape: String Theory and the Illusion of Intelligent Design, Michael Duff writes that Susskind is "a card-carrying atheist." Life in a landscape of possibilities, December 2005. Retrieved May 30, 2007.
  291. Henry F. Schaefer. Science and Christianity: Conflict Or Coherence?. [S.l.]: The Apollos Trust, 2003. p. 9. ISBN 9780974297507 Página visitada em 11 August 2012.
  292. "Listed as an atheist in NNDB.com." Lev Landau, NNDB.com
  293. "I grew up in a Jewish family but I gave it all up at 16 when I prayed to God for something I really wanted and it didn't happen. I have been an atheist ever since. I believe in proof and I know of no evidence for the existence of God, but I am in no way hostile to religion provided it does not interfere in the lives of others or come into conflict with science." Easter special: I believe..., Independent on Sunday, April 16, 2006 (accessed April 18, 2008).
  294. Folha Online - Livraria da Folha - Sou ateu, mas não preciso amar Deus pelo avesso como Saramago, diz Lima Duarte - 29/10/2009 www1.folha.uol.com.br. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  295. a b "... I [Pauling] am not, however, militant in my atheism. The great English theoretical physicist Paul Dirac is a militant atheist. I suppose he is interested in arguing about the existence of God. I am not. It was once quipped that there is no God and Dirac is his prophet." Linus Pauling & Daisaku Ikeda. A Lifeling Quest for Peace: A Dialogue. [S.l.]: Jones & Bartlett, 1992. p. page 22. ISBN 0-86720-277-7
  296. Originally a Lutheran, Pauling declared his atheism in 1992, two years before his death.
  297. Interview: Linus Torvalds www.linuxjournal.com. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  298. Ramesh Chopra. Academic Dictionary Of Philosophy. [S.l.]: Gyan Books, 2005. p. 143. ISBN 9788182052246 Página visitada em 26 May 2012.
  299. Lubos Motl, http://motls.blogspot.com/2006/09/oriana-fallaci-force-of-reason.html
  300. Manuel Bandeira: uma poesia da ausência. Visitado em 17/07/2015.
  301. A busca do inominável em A Morte Absoluta. Visitado em 17/07/2015.
  302. Robert K. Wilcox. The Truth About the Shroud of Turin: Solving the Mystery. [S.l.]: Regnery Gateway, 2010. p. 23. ISBN 9781596986008 Página visitada em 1 July 2012.
  303. Thomas de Wesselow. The Sign: The Shroud of Turin and the Secret of the Resurrection. [S.l.]: Penguin, 2012. ISBN 9781101588550 Página visitada em 1 July 2012.
  304. "It was nice to be honoured but I like ‘Mark’ not ‘Sir Mark’. When one’s young, one’s brash and all-knowing; when one’s old, one realises how little one knows. You asked me earlier if I believed in God and the hereafter. I would tend to say no but when one dies one could well be surprised." Mark Oliphant from an interview in 1996., Sir Mark Oliphant - Reluctant Builder of the Atom Bomb.
  305. Celebrity Atheist: Marie Curie
  306. "Unusually at such an early age, she became what T.H. Huxley had just invented a word for: agnostic." Robert William Reid (1974). Marie Curie. New American Library, pg. 6
  307. I was Rosenbluth's last student, and collaborated with him on numerous research projects during and after my graduation. Near the end of his life, we more frequently discussed personal and political issues. On more than one occasion, he freely admitted to me that he was an atheist. Statement by J. Candy, 22 January 2009.
  308. Rod Dreher (April 20, 2011). Martin J. Rees Wins 2011 Templeton Prize Templeton Report. Visitado em 4 August 2013. "As it turns out, Lord Rees is an atheist, though one who said in a recent interview that he is “not allergic to religion,” and that he enjoys participating in aesthetic and cultural activities of the Anglican church, in which he was raised."
  309. Leon M. Lederman, Judith A. Scheppler. Portraits of Great American Scientists. [S.l.]: Prometheus Books, 2001. p. 74. ISBN 9781573929325 Página visitada em 26 March 2013.
  310. "When we reflect on anything for long enough, we're likely to end up with what we sometimes call "basic" questions -- ones we can see no way at all to answer. For we have no perfect way to answer even this question: How can one tell when a question has been properly answered? What caused the universe, and why? What is the purpose of life? How can you tell which beliefs are true? How can you tell what is good? These questions seem different on the surface, but all of them share one quality that makes them impossible to answer: all of them are circular! You can never find a final cause, since you must always ask one question more: "What caused that cause?" You can never find any ultimate goal, since you're always obliged to ask, "Then what purpose does that serve?" Whenever you find out why something is good-or is true-you still have to ask what makes that reason good and true. No matter what you discover, at every step, these kinds of questions will always remain, because you have to challenge every answer with, "Why should I accept that answer?" Such circularities can only waste our time by forcing us to repeat, over and over and over again, "What good is Good?" and, "What god made God?" " Marvin Minsky. The Society of Mind.
  311. http://www.maurice-ravel.net/religion.htm
  312. "...I'm an atheist..." Enough blasting Dennett and Dawkins, all right?, from Rationally Speaking, the blog of Massimo Pigliucci, October 30, 2006 (Accessed April 15, 2008)
  313. "Dr Perutz, said: "It is one thing for scientists to oppose creationism which is demonstrably false but quite another to make pronouncements which offend people's religious faith -- that is a form of tactlessness which merely brings science into disrepute. My view of religion and ethics is simple: even if we do not believe in God, we should try to live as though we did."" Kam Patel, Perutz rubbishes Popper and Kuhn, 25 November 1994.
  314. Why I am an atheist Visitado em 26/07/2015
  315. Smith, Michael. Michael Smith: Autobiography. Nobel Prize.org. Retrieved February 3, 2007.
  316. "If I were not a total atheist, I would be a monk...a good monk." David Macey (2004). Michel Foucault. Reaktion Books, p. 130.
  317. "(...) the writings of such atheistic post-modernists as Jean Baudrillard, Jacques Derrida, Julia Kristeva, Michel Foucault, Jacques Lacan, Roland Barthes and Jean-François Lyotard." Michael D. Waggoner (2011). Sacred and Secular Tensions in Higher Education: Connecting Parallel Universities. Taylor & Francis, pg. 88
  318. "Foucault was an acknowledged atheist." Michel Foucault, Jeremy Carrette (2013). Religion and Culture. Routledge, pg. 15
  319. Scientist appointed to Vatican academy admits he is ‘pro-legalization of abortion’ www.lifesitenews.com. Visitado em 10 de fevereiro de 2011.
  320. Reportagens revistamarieclaire.globo.com. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  321. Monteiro Lobato é freguês de caderneta de censura. Visitado em 12/06/2009.
  322. Lobato era patriota que detestava o Brasil. Visitado em 19/07/2015.
  323. Nando Reis, o Ruivo Infernal « Copo Americano copoamericano.wordpress.com. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  324. Celebrity Atheist: Niels Bohr
  325. John Simmons. The Scientific 100: a rankings of the most influential scientists, past and present. [S.l.]: Carol Publishing Group, 1996. p. 16. ISBN 978-0-8065-1749-0
  326. Deirdre Barrett. Supernormal Stimuli: How Primal Urges Overran Their Evolutionary Purpose. [S.l.]: W. W. Norton & Company, 2010. 21–22 p. ISBN 978-0-393-06848-1 Página visitada em 25 April 2012.
  327. Venjamin Fedorovič Kagan. N. Lobachevsky and His Contribution to Science. [S.l.]: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1957. p. 29. Página visitada em 29 June 2013.
  328. Bardi, Jason. The Fifth Postulate: How Unraveling a Two Thousand Year Old Mystery Unraveled the Universe. [S.l.]: John Wiley & Sons, 2008. p. 186. ISBN 978-0-470-46736-7
  329. Peter Pringle. The Murder of Nikolai Vavilov: The Story of Stalin's Persecution of One of the Great Scientists of the Twentieth Century. [S.l.]: Simon and Schuster, 2008. p. 137. ISBN 978-0-7432-6498-3 Página visitada em 9 May 2012.
  330. "During sixty years from 1937 he also wrote over forty articles on the origins, distribution, and nature of life, taking the stance of a 'dogmatic atheist'." David F. Smith, 'Pirie, Norman Wingate [Bill] (1907–1997)', Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, Sept 2004; online edition, October 2005 (accessed May 2, 2008).
  331. "All of which makes the Wingate Prize a matter of bemusement. "Yes, tell me," he says, frowning. "What is it, and why are they giving it to an old Jewish atheist who has unkind things to say about Zionism?" " Oliver Burkeman interviewing Sacks, 'Inside Story: Sacks appeal', The Guardian, May 10, 2002, Features Pages, Pg. 4.
  332. Velório de Niemeyer teve hino comunista e menções ao ateísmo
  333. Ateu e com medo de avião, voou e teve missa
  334. Carol Parikh. The Unreal Life of Oscar Zariski. [S.l.]: Springer, 2008. p. 5. ISBN 9780387094298 Página visitada em 16 October 2012.
  335. "The grandson of a vicar on his father’s side, Blackett respected religious observances that were established social customs, but described himself as agnostic or atheist." Mary Jo Nye: "Blackett, Patrick Maynard Stuart." Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography, Vol. 19 p. 293. Detroit: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2008.
  336. "Dr. Paul Bert, the atheist Minister of Public Instruction, in M. Gambetta's Cabinet, made the next greatest sensation of the Congress." The Phrenological journal and science of health: incorporated with the Phrenological magazine, Volume 76, page 42.
  337. Paul Broca (1824-80) sciencemuseum.org.uk. Visitado em 12 April 2012. "He was a left-wing atheist who argued against African enslavement."
  338. Boyer, Paul. "A Path to Atheism". Freedom From Religion Foundation. Retrieved February 3, 2007.
  339. Werner Heisenberg recollects a friendly conversation among young participants at the 1927 Solvay Conference about Einstein's and Planck's views on religion. Wolfgang Pauli, Heisenberg and Dirac took part in it. Among other things, Dirac said: "I cannot understand why we idle discussing religion. If we are honest — and as scientists honesty is our precise duty — we cannot help but admit that any religion is a pack of false statements, deprived of any real foundation. The very idea of God is a product of human imagination.[...] I do not recognize any religious myth, at least because they contradict one another.[...]" Pauli jokingly said: "Well, I'd say that also our friend Dirac has got a religion and the first commandment of this religion is: God does not exist and Paul Dirac is his prophet." Physics and Beyond: Encounters and Conversations. New York: Harper & Row. ISBN 0-06-131622-9
  340. Helge Kragh. Dirac: A Scientific Biography. [S.l.]: Cambridge University Press, 1990. 256–257 p. ISBN 9780521380898 Página visitada em 15 March 2013.
  341. Sara Lippincott (August 30, 2009). The Strangest Man: The Hidden Life of Paul Dirac, Mystic of the Atom' by Graham Farmelo Los Angeles Times. Visitado em 9 June 2012. "Dirac was contemptuous of philosophy and, as many scientists do, professed atheism. But it was a narrow sort, mainly dismissive of religious orthodoxy. In notes he wrote in 1933, he embraces another creed: "[T]his article of faith is that the human race will continue to live for ever and will develop and progress without limit . . . Living is worthwhile if one can contribute in some small way to this endless chain of progress.""
  342. Helen Brown. "The Strangest Man: the Hidden Life of Paul Dirac by Graham Farmelo", 23 Jan 2009. Página visitada em 9 June 2012. “Dirac’s story ends with a whimper. As a young man he had joked that physicists were all washed up by 30 and as he aged his powers waned. The Cambridge physics department took away his parking space and an outraged Manci insisted he take up a fellowship at Florida State University. He died in 1984, aged 82. An atheist, he was buried under a gravestone chosen by Manci. It read “because God said it should be so”.”
  343. H. B. G. Casimir. Haphazard Reality: Half a Century of Science. [S.l.]: Amsterdam University Press, 2010. p. 151. ISBN 9789089642004 Página visitada em 9 June 2012.
  344. Ronald Clark. Einstein: The Life and Times. [S.l.]: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2011. ISBN 9781448202706 Página visitada em 5 August 2012.
  345. Thomas Levenson. Einstein in Berlin. [S.l.]: Random House of Canada, 2004. p. 172. ISBN 9780553378443 Página visitada em 11 August 2012.
  346. Colm Mulcahy (2013-03-26). Centenary of Mathematician Paul Erdős -- Source of Bacon Number Concept Huffington Post. Visitado em 13 April 2013. "In his own words, "I'm not qualified to say whether or not God exists. I kind of doubt He does. Nevertheless, I'm always saying that the SF has this transfinite Book that contains the best proofs of all mathematical theorems, proofs that are elegant and perfect...You don't have to believe in God, but you should believe in the Book." (SF was his tongue- in-cheek reference to God as "the Supreme Fascist")."
  347. Jack Huberman. Quotable Atheist: Ammunition for Nonbelievers, Political Junkies, Gadflies, and Those Generally Hell-Bound. [S.l.]: Nation Books, 2008. p. 107. ISBN 9781568584195 Página visitada em 13 April 2013.
  348. "Paul MacCready, the inventor, defines it thus: "A secular humanist does not believe in God, and doesn't steal."" Paul Kurtz, Is Secular Humanism a Religion?.
  349. "I gradually slipped away from religion over several years and became an atheist or to be more philosophically correct, a sceptical agnostic." Nurse's autobiography at Nobelprize.org
  350. ISTOÉ Gente www.terra.com.br. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  351. Percy Williams Bridgman NNDB.com. Visitado em 24 April 2012. "He was raised in the Congregational Church, but faith in God clashed with his well-known analytical nature and he told his family as a young man that he could not in good conscience become a church member."
  352. Maila L. Walter. Science and Cultural Crisis: An Intellectual Biography of Percy Williams Bridgman (1882-1961). [S.l.]: Stanford University Press, 1990. 14–15 p. ISBN 978-0-8047-1796-0 Página visitada em 24 April 2012.
  353. Ray Monk. Robert Oppenheimer: A Life Inside the Center. [S.l.]: Random House LLC, 2013. ISBN 9780385504133
  354. "... I believe that a reasonable case can be made for saying, not that we believe in God because He exists but rather that He exists because we believe in Him. [...] Considered as an element of the world, God has the same degree and kind of objective reality as do other products of mind. [...] I regret my disbelief in God and religious answers generally, for I believe it would give satisfaction and comfort to many in need of it if it possible to discover and propound good scientific and philosophic reasons to believe in God. [...] To abdicate from the rule of reason and substitute for it an authentication of belief by the intentness and degree of conviction with which we hold it can be perilous and destructive. [...] I am a rationalist—something of a period piece nowadays, I admit [...]" Peter Medawar, 'The Question of the Existence of God' in his book The Limits of Science (Harper and Row 1984).
  355. "Officially, the particle is called the Higgs boson, but its elusive nature and fundamental role in the creation of the universe led a prominent scientist to rename it the God particle. The name has stuck, but makes Higgs wince and raises the hackles of other theorists. "I wish he hadn't done it," he says. "I have to explain to people it was a joke. I'm an atheist, but I have an uneasy feeling that playing around with names like that could be unnecessarily offensive to people who are religious." Ian Sample, 'The God of Small Things', The Guardian, November 17, 2007, Weekend pages, Pg. 44.
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  357. Revista Época. O universo não precisa de deus. (em português).
  358. When asked by Rod Liddle in the documentary The Trouble with Atheism "Give me your views on the existence, or otherwise, of God", Peter Atkins replied "Well it's fairly straightforward: there isn't one. And there's no evidence for one, no reason to believe that there is one, and so I don't believe that there is one. And I think that it is rather foolish that people do think that there is one."The Trouble with Atheism, UK Channel 4 TV. 2006-12-18.
  359. Philip W. Anderson. More and Different: Notes from a Thoughtful Curmudgeon. [S.l.]: World Scientific, 2011. p. 177. ISBN 9789814350129 Página visitada em 11 September 2012.
  360. Joan Peyser. Boulez: Composer, Conductor, Enigma. [S.l.]: Schirmer Books, 1976. p. 7. ISBN 9780028717005 Página visitada em 3 May 2013.
  361. Celebrity Atheist: Pierre Curie
  362. René Bösch. Labyrinth of Digressions: Tristram Shandy as Perceived and Influenced by Sterne's Early Imitators. [S.l.]: Rodopi, 2007. p. 265. ISBN 9789042022911 Página visitada em 1 July 2012.
  363. Pol Pot (HTML) (em inglês). Visitado em 30 de abril de 2009.
  364. Raul Seixas: A verdade do Universo. Visitado em 17 de julho de 2015.
  365. Raul Seixas: Um Produtor de Mestiçagens Musicais e Midiáticas. Visitado em 17 de julho de 2015.
  366. Ateismo presente em legado de Raul Seixas. Visitado em 17 de julho de 2015.
  367. Ray Romano - Celebrity Atheist List www.celebatheists.com. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  368. "In his mythic book The Singularity Is Near, Ray Kurzweil, serial inventor, technology enthusiast, and unabashed atheist, announces: "Evolution moves toward greater complexity, greater elegance, greater knowledge, greater intelligence, greater beauty, greater creativity, and greater levels of subtle attributes such as love. In every monotheistic tradition God is likewise described as all of these qualities, only without any limitation.... So evolution moves inexorably toward this conception of God, although never quite reaching this ideal."" - Kevin Kelly, What Technology Wants (2010).
  369. Ateu militante e criador de 'meme', Richard Dawkins abre evento em SP Folh de S. Paulo Grupo Folha (21 de maio de 2015). Visitado em 28 de junho de 2015.
  370. Denis Brian. The Voice of Genius: Conversations with Nobel Scientists and Other Luminaries. [S.l.]: Basic Books, 2008. p. 49. ISBN 9780465011391 Página visitada em 13 March 2013.
  371. Feynman was of Jewish birth, but described himself as "an avowed atheist" by his early youth in Freethought of the Day, Freedom From Religion Foundation, May 11, 2006.
  372. "Having abandoned the tenets of Judaism at 13, he never wavered in his gentle atheism, nor in his determination to stay away from matters about which he had opinions but no expertise." John Morrish reviewing the collection of Feynman's letters Don't You Have Time to Think?, "Particle Physics: The Route to Pop Stardom", Independent on Sunday (London), July 24, 2005, p. 21.
  373. Stallman's former personal ad Stallman.org. Visitado em 2012-06-03.
  374. "The Nobel Laureate Dr Richard Roberts will give a public lecture entitled A Bright Journey from Science to Atheism..." A bright journey to atheism, or a road that ignores all the signs?, The Irish Times, April 20, 2006. Retrieved July 24, 2007.
  375. "...Rich Roberts... delivered a public lecture on his Bright journey from Science to Atheism in April 2006." Events listing on the website of Humani, The Humanist Association of Northern Ireland, Retrieved July 24, 2007.
  376. Roberts versus God: No Contest, review of Roberts' talk A Bright Journey from Science to Atheism, written by Les Reid, and published on the Belfast Humanist Group website. Retrieved July 24, 2007.
  377. Costantino Ceoldo (2012-12-31). Homage to Rita Levi Montalcini. Visitado em 20 July 2013. "Born and raised in a Sephardic Jewish family in which culture and love of learning were categorical imperatives, she abandoned religion and embraced atheism."
  378. Liberato Cardellini: "A final and more personal question: You defined yourself as “an atheist who is moved by religion”. Looking at the tenor of your life and the many goals you have achieved, one wonders where your inner force comes from." Roald Hoffmann: "The atheism and the respect for religion come form the same source. I observe that in every culture on Earth, absolutely every one, human beings have constructed religious systems. There is a need in us to try to understand,to see that there is something that unites us spiritually. So scientists who do not respect religion fail in their most basic task—observation. Human beings need the spiritual. The same observation reveals to me a multitude of religious constructions—gods of nature, spirits, the great monotheistic religions. It seems to me there can’t be a God or gods; there are just manifestations of a human-constructed spirituality." Liberato Cardellini, Looking for Connections: An Interview with Roald Hoffmann, page 1634.
  379. "As Richard Dawkins points out, I have no obligation to explain why I am an atheist, it's for those who believe in a god to supply evidence." - Robert Cailliau. [10]
  380. O Gênesis de Robert Crumb - Portal Literal portalliteral.terra.com.br. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  381. Robert Patrick www.nndb.com. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  382. Dan Barker: "When we invited Robert Sapolsky to speak at one of out national conventions to receive our 'Emperor Has No Clothes Award', Robert wrote to me, 'Sure! Get the local Holiday Inn to put up a sign that says Welcome, Hell-bound Atheists!' [...] So, welcome you hell-bound atheist to Freethought Radio, Robert." Sapolsky: "Well, delighted to be among my kindred souls." [...] Annie Laurie Gaylor: So how long have you been a kindred non-soul, what made you an atheist Robert?" Sapolsky: "Oh, I was about fourteen or so... I was brought up very very religiously, orthodox Jewish background and major-league rituals and that sort of thing [...] and something happened when I was fourteen, and no doubt what it was really about was my gonads or who knows what, but over the course of a couple of weeks there was some sort of introspective whatever, where I suddenly decided this was all gibberish. And, among other things, also deciding there's no free will, but not in a remotely religious context, and deciding all of this was nonsense, and within a two week period all of that belief stuff simply evaporated." Freethought Radio podcast (mp3), February 3, 2007 (accessed April 22, 2008).
  383. Kristi Coale. "Seeding Intelligence", 1997-07-25. Página visitada em 17 July 2012. “"I've been an atheist - I had found it difficult to have religious beliefs and scientific ones," Brooks explained. "But I've accepted that I have a duality - there's a human way of interacting with people but also a mechanistic explanation of what people are and how they work."”
  384. Harris, Sam. Letter to A Christian Nation SamHarrisOrg. Visitado em 5 June 2010. Quoting Penrose's blurb for Harris's book Letter to a Christian Nation. and refers to himself as an atheist.
  385. "Big Bang follows Big Bang follows Big Bang", BBC News, 25 September 2010. Página visitada em 1 Dec 2010.
  386. :: O Batizado :: www.rubemalves.com.br. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  387. W. M. Goss, W. William Miller Goss, Richard X. McGee. Under the Radar: The First Woman in Radio Astronomy: Ruby Payne-Scott. [S.l.]: Springer, 2009. p. 253. ISBN 9783642031410
  388. Russell A. Hulse NNDB.com. Visitado em 17 July 2012. "I consider myself a very moral person but I do not need a religion for that."
  389. Celebrity Atheist: Sam Harris
  390. Preview: The Four Horsemen of New Atheism reunited
  391. Gal Beckerman (January 26, 2011). Creator of Neutron Bomb Leaves an Explosive Legacy Forward Association, Inc.. "As for his own Jewish identity, Cohen was an avowed atheist who was cremated after he died, against Jewish tradition. But still he was proud of being Jewish, his daughter said, and even had a kind of “arrogant attitude” about Jewish intelligence."
  392. Sam Karlin, mathematician who improved DNA analysis, dies Stanford Report (January 16, 2008). Visitado em 21 April 2012. "Karlin was born in Yonova, Poland, in 1924. His family immigrated to Chicago when he was a small child and struggled financially through the Great Depression. He was raised in a strict Orthodox Jewish household but broke with religion in his early teens and remained an atheist for the rest of his life."
  393. " An atheist, Faber speaks like an evangelist as she weaves quantum physics and astronomy to describe the dawn of time. "I think that the story of the creation of the universe is the most inspiring and exciting story science can tell. I mean, who would have thought I could be telling you about events 10 to the minus 35 seconds after the big bang?" she said, seated in her cluttered, sunny UC Santa Cruz office amid photos of her two daughters and her husband. "It's just totally inspiring." " Mike Swift interviewing Faber, 'Last outer space repair of Hubble telescope pairs genius of two South Bay women', Contra Costa Times (California), May 9, 2009.
  394. "Some Things I Do Not Believe In: Angels, Astrology,... Devils, Elves, Faeries, Faith, Gods, "Intelligent Design", Leprechauns, ...Magic..."[11]
  395. '90210's' Shenae Grimes sometimes begs for spare change on the street - Zap2it Blog.zap2it.com (2011-04-02). Visitado em 2013-06-16.
  396. Celebrity Atheist: Sigmund Freud
  397. "[Freud and Jung] were close for several years, but Jung's ambition, and his growing commitment to religion and mysticism — most unwelcome to Freud, an aggressive atheist — finally drove them apart." Sigmund Freud, by Peter Gay, The TIME 100: The Most Important People of the Century.
  398. Celebrity Atheist: Simone de Beauvoir
  399. Introduction to Simone de Beauvoir’s ‘The Second Sex’
  400. SIMONE BEAUVOIR - BIOGRAPHY
  401. Simone de Beauvoir - Freedom from Religion Foundation
  402. Socrates foi executado sob a acusação de ser um ateu e que sua filosofia levava ao ateísmo
  403. Ministério CACP (20 de Setembro de 2007). Ateísmo (em português). Visitado em 9 de Janeiro de 2011.
  404. "The whole idea of god is absurd. If anything, 2001 shows that what some people call "god" is simply an acceptable term for their ignorance. What they don't understand, they call "god"... Everything we know about the universe reveals that there is no god. I chose to do Dr. [Arthur C.] Clarke's story as a film because it highlights a critical factor necessary for human evolution; that is, beyond our present condition. This film is a rejection of the notion that there is a god; isn't that obvious?" Smith, Warren (2010). Celebrities in Hell. ChelCbooks, pg. 68
  405. 'I'm an Atheist': Stephen Hawking on God and Space Travel. Visitado em 17 de julho de 2015.
  406. Stephen Hawking makes it clear: There is no God. Visitado em 17 de julho de 2015.
  407. Celeb Atheist: Stephen Hawking. Visitado em 17 de julho de 2015.
  408. Boyett, Jason. "Stephen Hawking says there's no creator God; the twitterverse reacts", The Washington Post, September 3, 2010, Retrieved April 25, 2011.
  409. Steve Batterson. Steven Smale: The Mathematician Who Broke the Dimension Barrier. [S.l.]: American Mathematical Soc., 2007. p. 11. ISBN 9780821826966 Página visitada em 9 July 2012.
  410. Ryan Kohls: "I was wondering, is there a spiritual or religious side to Steve Albini?" Steve Albini: "No, not at all. I’m an atheist. You could say that I’m agnostic, but that’s just a certain kind of atheist (laughs). An atheist is someone who lacks a belief in a supernatural, and that’s me. I can’t say with absolute certainty that there is nothing beyond the material world, but there’s no reason for me to think there is. If I were a gambling man I would put all my money on there not being anything other than this universe." Ryan Kohls, Steve Albini, Jun 3, 2011.
  411. Steve Jobs www.nndb.com. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  412. Celebrity Atheist: Steve Jobs
  413. "Scientists in Britain, where the film will premiere at next month's London Film Festival, with general release in December, dismissed the intelligent design lobby's expropriation of the film. Steve Jones, professor of genetics at University College London and an atheist, said: 'I find it sad that people with intrinsically foolish viewpoints don't recognise this as a naturally beautiful film, but have to attach their absurd social agendas to it.' " David Smith, 'How the penguin's life story inspired the US religious right: Antarctic family values', The Observer, September 18, 2005, News Pages, Pg. 3.
  414. On the side of the atheists were Steve Jones, professor of genetics at University College London, [...] Jones, meanwhile, revealed that he would "love to believe in God", because it would offer some degree of comfort. But he said he stopped believing in God as a child as soon as he discovered that what he was learning in school biology classes conflicted with the kind of things he had been taught in Sunday school - like dinosaurs and humans walking the earth at the same time." If Darwin has really killed God, when was the funeral?', Guardian Unlimited, 13 May 2009 (accessed 26 May 2009).
  415. Wozniak, Steven. Letters – General Questions Answered woz.org. Visitado em 2007-09-26. "... I am also atheist or agnostic (I don't even know the difference). I've never been to church and prefer to think for myself. I do believe that religions stand for good things, and that if you make irrational sacrifices for a religion, then everyone can tell that your religion is important to you and can trust that your most important inner faiths are strong."
  416. "I never outgrew my conversion to atheism at 13, but at various times was a serious cultural Jew." The Guardian Profile. "Steven Pinker: the mind reader", Guardian News and Media Limited, November 6, 1999. Página visitada em 2006-12-10.
  417. Azpurua: "Would it be accurate to say that you are an atheist?" Weinberg: "Yes. I don't believe in God, but I don't make a religion out of not believing in God. I don't organize my life around that." In Search of the God Particle, by Ana Elena Azpurua, Newsweek Web Exclusive, March 24, 2008, p. 3 (Accessed March 25, 2008)
  418. In a review of Susskind's book The Cosmic Landscape: String Theory and the Illusion of Intelligent Design, string theorist Michael Duff identifies Steven Weinberg as an "arch-atheist".[12]
  419. In the book The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins identifies Steven Weinberg as an atheist.richarddawkins.net.
  420. Celebrity Atheist: Steven Weinberg
  421. TSN: Stuart Kauffman Thesciencenetwork.org. Visitado em 2012-06-03.
  422. "In his later years, Chandra had openly admitted to being an atheist which also meant that he subscribed to no religion in the customary sense of the word." Vishveshwara, S. 2000. Leaves from an unwritten diary: S. Chandrasekhar, Reminiscences and Reflections, Current Science, 78(8):1025-1033.
  423. In a Point of Inquiry podcast interview, Blackmore described religion as a collection of "really pernicious memes", "I think religious memeplexes are really amongst the nastiest viruses we have on the planet". Blackmore also practices Zen Buddhist meditation; later, when she was asked: "And you find this practice of Zen, the meditative practice, completely compatible with your lack of theism, your atheism...?" she replied: "Oh yes, I mean, there is no god in Buddhism...". Susan Blackmore - In Search of the Light, Point of Inquiry, December 15, 2006 (accessed April 1, 2008).
  424. What I don't like about Richard [Dawkins] is not so much what he knows or doesn't know as the dogmatic way in which he says things. I think that is a poor advertisement for science, because the whole thing about being a scientist is that you shouldn't be prejudiced, you should have an open mind. So, I don't believe in God but that is a belief, not some thing I know. I believe I love my husband, but I couldn't prove it to you one way or the other. How could I? I just know I do. My particular belief is that there is no Deity out there, but I can't prove it and therefore I would not have the temerity to tell other people they're wrong. The coinage of proof is not appropriate for belief and Dawkins thinks it is. But if you keep an open mind, that doesn't mean you swallow anything whole. As someone has said, 'Believing in anything is as bad as believing in nothing.' 'Brain Teaser: Susan Greenfield talks to Peter McCarthy', Third Way, November 2000.
  425. A neurocientista de plantão - Lista completa de posts www.suzanaherculanohouzel.com. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  426. Árabe e ateu - Portal Literal www.portalliteral.com.br. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  427. George Pendle. Strange Angel: The Otherworldly Life of Rocket Scientist John Whiteside Parsons. [S.l.]: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2006. p. 69. ISBN 9780156031790 Página visitada em 18 August 2012.
  428. "Morgan's passion for experimentation was symptomatic of his general scepticism and his distaste for speculation. He believed only what could be proven. He was said to be an atheist, and I have always believed that he was. Everything I knew about him—his scepticism, his honesty—was consistent with disbelief in the supernatural." Norman H. Horowitz, T. H. Morgan at Caltech: A Reminiscence, Genetics, Vol. 149, 1629-1632, August 1998, Copyright © 1998.
  429. Tim Maia e a Religião - Trecho Por Toda Minha Vida - "Toda experiência religiosa é prejudicial ao ser humano.".
  430. Impasses de um ateu « Cenas Urbanas – Tony Bellotto – VEJA.com veja.abril.com.br. Visitado em 12 de fevereiro de 2011.
  431. "A Resounding Eco", Time, 13 June 2005, http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1069054-2,00.html, "His new book touches on politics, but also on faith. Raised Catholic, Eco has long since left the church. ‘Even though I'm still in love with that world, I stopped believing in God in my 20s after my doctoral studies on St. Thomas Aquinas. You could say he miraculously cured me of my faith,…’" 
  432. Liukkonen, Petri. Umberto Eco Kuusankoski Public Library. Cópia arquivada em 10 February 2015.
  433. Assédio revistaforum.com.br.
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  435. "I am an atheist, that is, I think nothing exists except and beyond nature."Ginzburg's autobiography at Nobelprize.org
  436. Lynn Margulis. What Is Life?. [S.l.]: University of California Press, 2000. p. 170. ISBN 978-0-520-22021-8
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  438. Wallace Sargent NNDB.com. Visitado em 17 July 2012.
  439. Jürgen Kocka. In: Jürgen Kocka. Work in a Modern Society: The German Historical Experience in Comparative Perspective. [S.l.]: Berghahn Books, 2010. p. 45. ISBN 978-1-84545-575-0
  440. "When Wright was nine his father died of leukaemia and he moved with his mother and younger sister to Baton Rouge, Louisiana. There he enrolled in the Episcopal High School and duly became an atheist." Ajesh Partalay interviewing Wright, 'Master of the Universe', The Observer, 14 September 2008 (accessed 15 September 2008).
  441. "William Bateson was a very militant atheist and a very bitter man, I fancy. Knowing that I was interested in biology, they invited me when I was still a school girl to go down and see the experimental garden. I remarked to him what I thought then, and still think, that doing research must be the most wonderful thing in the world and he snapped at me that it wasn’t wonderful at all, it was tedious, disheartening, annoying and anyhow you didn’t need an experimental garden to do research." Interview with Dr. Cecilia Gaposchkin by Owen Gingerich, March 5, 1968.
  442. "A firm atheist, he was interested in, though unconvinced by, the paranormal, and also did research on hypnosis." Ray Cooper, 'Walter, (William) Grey (1910–1977)', Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edition, May 2007 (accessed May 2, 2008).
  443. Doug Renselle. A Review of Amy Wallace's The Prodigy Quantonics, Inc.. Visitado em 20 June 2012. "Rabid atheist by age six. (His father, Boris, was too, but intensely studied great religious works.)"
  444. Joel N. Shurkin. Broken Genius: The Rise and Fall of William Shockley, Creator of the Electronic Age. [S.l.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. p. 133. ISBN 9780230551923 Página visitada em 22 May 2012.
  445. "I already had certain agnostic tendencies—which would later develop into outright atheistic convictions— so it was not that I believed in any kind of divine protection." Wole Soyinka, Climate Of Fear: The Quest For Dignity In A Dehumanized World, page 119.
  446. Yuval Ne'eman. Studies in memory of Issai Schur. [S.l.]: Springer, 2003. p. xxi. ISBN 9780817642082 Página visitada em 10 April 2013.
  447. Michael P. Prior. The Bible and Colonialism: A Moral Critique. [S.l.]: Continuum International Publishing Group, 1997. p. 164. ISBN 978-1-85075-815-0 Página visitada em 21 April 2012.
  448. Joanna Paraszczuk (04/28/2011). A revisionist's history The Jerusalem Post. Visitado em 25 February 2013. "Even religious Zionist settlers in the West Bank have adopted Jabotinsky as a symbol – although he was an atheist who believed that the Arab minority would share equal rights with Jews in a future Jewish state, famously declaring: “In every cabinet where the prime minister is a Jew, the vice-premiership shall be offered to an Arab, and vice versa.”"
  449. Michael Stanislawski. Zionism and the Fin de Siècle: Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism from Nordau to Jabotinsky. [S.l.]: University of California Press, 2001. p. 158. ISBN 9780520935754 Página visitada em 25 February 2013.
  450. Prominent Russians: Zhores Alferov RT.com. Visitado em 21 April 2012. "In public life the scientist is a strong supporter of communism, an atheist strongly objecting to advancement of religious education in Russia, and proponent of science and knowledge as the means to see a better future."
  451. Zhores I. Alferov NNDB.com. Visitado em 21 April 2012.
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