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Anthony Flew


I suppose it’s wrong of me to feel this way, but I’m sort of sad to see him go theist. I met him a decade or so ago when I was at the Institute for Economic Affairs in London for a summer. He was very likable. And he was just exactly what one would want an atheist philosopher to be–which isn’t meant to be as condescending as it sounds.


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