University of Illinois Press. Arnold Dobrin similarly reported, "Aaron Copland has not followed the religion of his parents. He is an agnostic but one who is deeply aware of the grandeur and mystery of the universe. Benedikt Taschen. Retrieved 9 December Rolling Stone. What I honestly think about is the planet, not my specific spiritual soul floating around. Retrieved 8 April — via YouTube. Retrieved 28 April But if there's a God and he's morally involved in our affairs, those guys are in trouble.
Thomas Eakins and the Uses of History. University of Pennsylvania Press. Eakins's selection of this subject has puzzled some art historians who, unable to reconcile what appears to be an anomalous religious image by a reputedly agnostic artist, have related it solely to Eakins's desire for realism, thus divesting the painting of its religious content.
Lloyd Goodrich, for example, considered this illustration of Christ's suffering completely devoid of "religious sentiment" and suggested that Eakins intended it simply as a realist study of the male nude body.
As a result, art historians have frequently associated 'Crucifixion' like Swimming with Eakins's strong interest in anatomy and the nude. Yale University Press. Given Eakins' outspoken agnosticism, his motivation to paint a crucifixion scene is frankly curious. Foster; Mark Bockrath The Revenge of Thomas Eakins. Further, Eakins' agnosticism and his views on such topics as science and technology, evident in his youth and carried on throughout his career, more directly coincided with the accepted doctrine and practices of Jefferson faculty members than perhaps with any other fraternity of like-minded professionals in the city.
Fresh Air. Retrieved 1 November And I know — I'm no longer so certain. I — so I guess I would have to say agnostic now. Who's Who in Hell. Barricade Books. I would describe myself as an enthusiastic agnostic who would be happy to be shown that there is a God. Chilton Book Co. We have just said that Faure was not a religious man. He was incapable of intolerance or sectarianism, but his agnosticism was complete. Smith; Caroline Potter, eds. French music since Berlioz.
Not an atheist but a doubter. Religion seems to have been created by man to help and guide humankind. I've no idea, really. Rio de Janeiro , Brazil. Retrieved 17 May University of Texas Press. Le Fanu characterizes Tarkovsky as a metaphysical opposite of Godard: a spiritual creator contrasted with an ironic one, a believer in the creative power of the word compared to an agnostic.
Penthouse, seminarian? BBC Music Magazine. Retrieved 12 May For Holst, the function of the composer was not so much to express his or her personality as to serve as a kind of supra-personal receptor to potentially musical impulses from all around, and not least — though Holst himself seems to have remained essentially agnostic — from above.
Barnes Music Festival. Archived from the original on 16 February Both musicians were agnostic and flirted with atheism. But give them an opening. New York: Broadway. Delo — priloga Vikend — Lapajne said: "First of all, I do not want to belong to any ideological group, which is probably understandable for an agnostic. I am an atheist. I'm not even atheist. I don't think any of us has the answer. I'm an agnostic. Archived from the original on 2 March I really don't know.
I just don't know. The Art Desk. Retrieved 7 July Chris Yong. Retrieved 8 March The Wall Street Journal. Dow Jones. Retrieved 24 December Retrieved 21 October We shall not at this juncture risk analyzing an agnostic Magritte haunted perhaps by thoughts of ultimate destiny. Raabe to cite Mahler's supposed conversion from Judaism to Catholicism. In both law and common understanding, a choice made under duress is discounted as lacking in free will.
Mahler converted as a mere formality under compulsion of a bigoted law that barred Jews from directorship of the Vienna Hofoper. Mahler himself joked about the conversion with his Jewish friends, and, no doubt, would view with bitter amusement the obtuseness of Ms. Raabe's understanding of the cruel choice forced on him: either convert to Christianity or forfeit the professional post for which you are supremely destined.
When Mahler was asked why he never composed a Mass, he answered bluntly that he could never, with any degree of artistic or spiritual integrity, voice the Credo. He was a confirmed agnostic, a doubter and seeker, never a soul at rest or at peace. Gustav Mahler: A Life in Crisis. Mahler had followed the common path of assimilationist Jews, particularly those who were German-speaking and university-educated: toward a dignified job, a position in the community, and a respectable income.
Besides the fact that anti-Semitism was rife in Vienna, the post Mahler sought was a government position and normally open only to those who declared themselves to belong to the state religion, Catholicism. Mahler's superior, the intendant of the opera, reported directly to the emperor.
Like the many Jews who were candidates for lesser government jobs, Mahler was officially baptized on 23 February His appointment arrived soon after. Why Mahler? In January Mahler is told that "under present circumstances it is impossible to engage a Jew for Vienna.
He is the most reluctant, the most resentful, of converts. Mahler is letting it be known for the record that he is a forced convert, one whose Jewish pride is undiminished, his essence unchanged. The only time he ever enters a church for a religious purpose is to get married. At one point he converted to Catholicism, purely for the purpose of obtaining a job that he coveted — director of the Court Opera of Vienna.
It was unthinkable for a Jew to hold such a prestigious position, hence the utilitarian conversion to the state religion. On Ecstasy. Melbourne Univ. Mahler's ambivalent Jewish-Christian Nietzschean agnostic personality found a living, breathing, sweating counterpart in Bernstein's muscles, bones and flesh. Martin J. Anderson ed. Klemperer on Music: Shavings from a Musician's Workbench. London: Toccata Press. Mahler was a thoroughgoing child of the nineteenth century, an adherent of Nietzsche, and typically irreligious.
For all that, he was — as all his compositions testify — devout in the highest sense, though his piety was not to be found in any church prayer-book. Macmillan Encyclopedia of Death and Dying. Retrieved 29 June From the beginning, Mahler declared that his music was not for his own time but for the future.
An agnostic, he apparently saw long-term success as a real-world equivalent of immortality. Although his family was Jewish, Mahler was not observant, and when conversion was required to qualify as music director of the Vienna Court Opera—the most prestigious post in Europe—he swiftly acquiesced to baptism and confirmation, though he never again attended mass. Once on the podium, however, Mahler brought a renewed spirituality to many works, including Beethoven's Fidelio, which he almost single-handedly rescued from a reputation for tawdriness.
We owe a grace and gratitude to things that have brought us here. But I think it's very ignorant to say, 'Well, for everything, God has a plan. Maybe the real faithful act is to commit to something, to take action, as opposed to saying, 'Well, everything is in the hand of God. You can say 'I don't know. In my experience, I felt at times that there is a God of some kind. I don't subscribe to any organized religion — that's a different matter.
But if there is a God, we have very little idea of what that God may be. That's inherent in what we are," he said. We're all agnostics. Interviewed by Jean Shepherd, February issue. Back Story: A Memoir. National Gallery of Art. But Munch was not completely averse to every form of religion; one might rather say that throughout his life he remained a thoughtful agnostic. Edward Elgar: A Creative Life.
Newman was an agnostic. Amorosi, Harp magazine, May The Rough Guide to Classical Music 5 ed. Parry was an avowed agnostic yet he produced some of Britain's finest sacred choral music.
After all "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence" — Carl Sagan If the following definition of an atheist is correct then I would certainly nail my flag to that mast! Retrieved 26 August Brad Pitt smiling : 'No, no, no! Brad Pitt: 'No, no, no! I'm probably 20 per cent atheist and 80 per cent agnostic. I don't think anyone really knows. You'll either find out or not when you get there, until then there's no point thinking about it.
The question of God, the existence or nonexistence, is a perennial question, because we don't know. Is the universe the result of God, or was the universe always there? Life Beyond Measure. I don't see a God who is concerned with the daily operation of the universe. In fact, the universe may be no more than a grain of sand compared with all the other universes It is not a God for one culture, or one religion, or one planet.
On the matter of undertones, then, we may fairly conclude that Hugo Riemann was a churchgoing agnostic. A Christian says with certainty, there is a god; an atheist says with certainty, there is no god. I ask you: Why is anybody not an atheist? Everyone starts out being an atheist. No one is born with belief in anything. Infants are atheists until they are indoctrinated. I resent anyone pushing their religion on me.
I don't push my atheism on anybody else. Live and let live. Not many people practice that when it comes to religion. I don't understand religion at all. I'm sure I'll offend a lot of people by saying this, but I think it's all nonsense. Franz Schubert: a biography. Clarendon Press. Church Music in the Nineteenth Century.
London: Oxford University Press. The unctuous style we hear every Christmas is found in church music by Schubert and the Chevalier Neukomm, both known in private letters to be agnostic. Yet Schumann's religiosity was devoid of dogmatism. In a self-characterization written in , he described himself as "religious, but without religion"; according to Wasielewski, this description held into the s.
TimeOut London. Archived from the original on 14 October Retrieved 1 October God occupies the director's thoughts more than He used to, says Scott, who's an agnostic, converted from atheism.
You could ask them all: who's religious? About three to four will put their hands up. I've asked these guys from Nasa. And they say: When you get to the end of your theories, you come to a wall Who thought up this shit?
I'd like to believe. Retrieved 12 February The Life of Richard Strauss. Strauss was agnostic by his mid-teens and he remained so until the end of his life. Even months before his death, the composer declared: "I shall never be converted, and I will remain true to my old religion of the classics until my life's end! But in case there is, I don't want to piss him off by saying it. I stayed away from that triumphal, 'God is in his heaven, isn't everything wonderful?
Archived from the original on 28 November Retrieved 5 October I'm Jewish simply because I grew up completely secular and completely agnostic I am the worst Jew in the world. I know nothing about the religion. I'm completely agnostic my poor mother.
Schodt Stone Bridge Press, Inc. His family was associated with a Zen Buddhist sect, and Tezuka is buried in a Tokyo Buddhist cemetery, but his views on religion were actually quite agnostic and as flexible as his views on politics.
Balthazar, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Verdi. Verdi sustained his artistic reputation and his personal image in the last years of his life.
He never relinquished his anticlerical stance, and his religious belief verged on atheism. Strepponi described him as not much of a believer and complained that he mocked her religious faith. Yet he summoned the creative strength to write the Messa da Requiem to honor Manzoni, his "secular saint," and conduct its world premiere. Harvey Sachs ed. The letters of Arturo Toscanini. Alfred A. I've asked you whether you're religious, whether you believe!
I do — I believe — I'm not an atheist like Verdi, but I don't have time to go into the subject. Later, according to his widow, he 'drifted into a cheerful agnosticism.
Psychology Press. Confucius was an agnostic, but he did not deny the existence of supernatural beings. The Call. Penguin Books. The second, Confucius, was a humanist, an agnostic, and a supreme realist. Others have read what Confucius said about ritual and the supernatural and concluded that Confucius was an agnostic and not at all interested in the religious side of life.
And, as noted above, Kant's agnosticism leads to the conclusion that we can neither affirm nor deny claims made by traditional metaphysics. Meiklejohn , Critique of Pure Reason — Introduction, page xi. Verstraete eds. Harvest House Publishers. It is in this sense that modern atheism rests heavily upon the skepticism of David Hume and the agnosticism of Immanuel Kant.
Theological Studies. Retrieved 17 August Kant's philosophy was even more skeptical in regard to metaphysical issues like God, the soul, and freedom.
According to Kant, these types of issues are beyond the limits of reason. Thus, the human mind cannot obtain any rational knowledge of anything beyond the physical world. Kant's theory would have an important influence on philosophy of religion since he asserted that concepts like God and the soul could not be known through reason.
His theories have led some to claim that he is the father of agnosticism. Interestingly, Kant did believe in God and originated a form of the moral argument for God's existence. Badcock Kant has no interest in prayer or worship, and is in fact agnostic when it comes to such classical theological questions as the doctrine of God or of the Holy Spirit. Geisler; Paul K. Hoffman, eds. Baker Books.
Flinn Encyclopedia of Catholicism. Following Locke, the classic agnostic claims not to accept more propositions than are warranted by empirical evidence. In this sense an agnostic appeals to Immanuel Kant — , who claims in his Critique of Pure Reason that since God, freedom, immortality, and the soul can be both proved and disproved by theoretical reason, we ought to suspend judgement about them. In fact Laozi is much more sympathetic to atheism than even Greek philosophers in general.
To the most, like Buddha and philosophers of Enlightenment, Laoism is agnostic about God. The traditional religious strategies of grounding morality are blocked for Berlin.
Being an agnostic, brought up in the empiricist tradition, he cannot refer to a holy book. With his Jewish background, he could have referred to the book of Genesis, to the Seven Laws of Noah as applying to the whole of humankind.
As an agnostic, however, he needs a secular justification. Retrieved 7 April Do I believe in God? Can't answer, I'm afraid.
While these writers certainly changed the idea of God, they didn't entirely deny that gods could exist. His philosophical writings start out apologetic; over his life he gradually lost interest in formal religion and focused more on democratic ideals.
Moreover, he became very devoted to applying the scientific method of inquiry to both democracy and education. There is no afterlife. Epicurus thought that gods might exist, but if they did, they did not have anything to do with human beings.
Lindley, Truth Seeker Volume No. The Teaching Company. Even before he was a teenager he proclaimed himself to be an agnostic. Soccio Archetypes of Wisdom: An Introduction to Philosophy. Cengage Learning. James Boswell was troubled that the agnostic Hume, whom many erroneously believed to be an atheist, could be so cheerful in the face of death.
Penner You can be a realist, an idealist, an agnostic such as Edmund Husserl in his bracketing of the subject, or a synthesizer such as the Buddha in his concept of codependent origination. Harold Innis. As an agnostic who favorably cites Marx and questions the role of religion in modernity, Innis would certainly have raised eyebrows at the University of Toronto or virtually any other academic institution in Canada at this time.
What I Believe. Martin Creativity: Ethics and Excellence in Science. Lexington Books. A softer skepticism, one more sympathetic to the aspirations of science, does not renounce the possibility of objective truth, but instead is agnostic about that possibility.
Thomas Kuhn is such a skeptic. Lubenow Moore was another agnostic Apostle. After an intense religious phase as a boy, Moore came to call himself an infidel. Higgens has the best job in the galaxy. When he discovers an unknown alien species, his world gets turned upside down. He will have to find unlikely allies if he is going to save his new friend and help her build a new home.
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From the moment of his inauguration, Trump has challenged our deepest expectations of the presidency. But what are those expectations, where did they come from, and how great is the damage? In this book, they situate Trump-era scandals and outrages in the deeper context of the presidency itself. How should we understand the oath of office when it is taken by a man who may not know what it means to preserve, protect, and defend something other than himself?
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A major book about the future of the world, blending intellectual and natural history and field reporting into a powerful account of the mass extinction unfolding before our eyes Over the last half a billion years, there have been five mass extinctions, when the diversity of life on earth suddenly and dramatically contracted.
Scientists around the world are currently monitoring the sixth extinction, predicted to be the most devastating extinction event since the asteroid impact that wiped out the dinosaurs.
This time around, the cataclysm is us. In The Sixth Extinction, two-time winner of the National Magazine Award and New Yorker writer Elizabeth Kolbert draws on the work of scores of researchers in half a dozen disciplines, accompanying many of them into the field: geologists who study deep ocean cores, botanists who follow the tree line as it climbs up the Andes, marine biologists who dive off the Great Barrier Reef.
She introduces us to a dozen species, some already gone, others facing extinction, including the Panamian golden frog, staghorn coral, the great auk, and the Sumatran rhino. Through these stories, Kolbert provides a moving account of the disappearances occurring all around us and traces the evolution of extinction as concept, from its first articulation by Georges Cuvier in revolutionary Paris up through the present day.
The sixth extinction is likely to be mankind's most lasting legacy; as Kolbert observes, it compels us to rethink the fundamental question of what it means to be human. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is a timeless collection of chillingly scary tales and legends, in which folklorist Alvin Schwartz offers up some of the most alarming tales of horror, dark revenge, and supernatural events of all time.
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Some things can never be forgotten. Or forgiven. In an American suburb in the early s, students at a highly competitive performing arts high school struggle and thrive in a rarified bubble, ambitiously pursuing music, movement, Shakespeare, and, particularly, their acting classes. As captivating and tender as it is surprising, Susan Choi's Trust Exercise will incite heated conversations about fiction and truth, and about friendships and loyalties, and will leave readers with wiser understandings of the true capacities of adolescents and of the powers and responsibilities of adults.
In The Life You Can Save, Singer makes the compelling case for the fact that our donations to effective charities make a dramatic difference in the lives of others without diminishing the quality of our own. Yet while thousands of children die each day, we spend money on things we take for granted and would hardly notice if they were not there.
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This book furthers Peter Singer's urgent call to action and serves as a hopeful primer on the power of compassion, when mixed with rigorous investigation and careful reasoning, to lift others out of despair. Learn how you can be part of the solution, doing good for others while adding fulfillment to your own life.
A mix of Hitchcockian suspense, Agatha Christie plotting, and Greek tragedy. One evening her husband Gabriel returns home late from a fashion shoot, and Alicia shoots him five times in the face, and then never speaks another word. The price of her art skyrockets, and she, the silent patient, is hidden away from the tabloids and spotlight at the Grove, a secure forensic unit in North London. Theo Faber is a criminal psychotherapist who has waited a long time for the opportunity to work with Alicia.
His determination to get her to talk and unravel the mystery of why she shot her husband takes him down a twisting path into his own motivations—a search for the truth that threatens to consume him Ron recruits his partner Chuck to play the "white" Ron Stallworth, while Stallworth himself conducts all subsequent phone conversations.
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Now, at a perilous moment for our nation, she has written a book that is at once an illuminating account of how we built the strongest middle class in history, a scathing indictment of those who have spent the past thirty-five years undermining working families, and a rousing call to action. An educational system that offered opportunities for all made it possible for her to achieve her dream of going to college, becoming a teacher, and, later, attending law school.
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Tail Gait: A Mrs. Murphy Mystery. Book Murphy and Pewter, and ever-faithful Tee Tucker the corgi. But beneath the cloak of conviviality lurks a sinister specter from the distant past that threatens to put all their lives in jeopardy. When Professor McConnell is found murdered on the golf course the next day—gunned down in broad daylight by an unseen killer—no one can fathom a motive, let alone find a suspect. Just as Harry and her furry cohorts begin nosing into the case, however, a homeless UVA alum confesses to the crime.
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