Is Atheism Considered The Belief Of The Existence Of Gods?

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ULTIMATE REALITY __________________ A Paper Presented to Dr. Carey A. Ford, III Navarro College __________________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for PHIL 1301 __________________ by Brandon Pizarro January 12th, 2015 ULTIMATE REALITY The first mode would have to be the mode that makes most in a search for the ultimate reality. Atheism is considered the belief in the absence of the existence of gods. This absence of belief usually comes from a deliberate choice, or from an inherent inability to believe in religious teachings. It is not a lack of belief born from ignorance of religions. The word atheism has a very negative connotation but it is the lack of belief in other religions and or gods that produce this way of thought. No one can prove nor disprove an existence of a higher power or god. There are one too many religions and religious beliefs. They all stem from different cultures and places round the world and some are very closely alike but choose to have different establishments and traditions. Philosophers Ludwig Feuerbach and Sigmund Freud have argued that God and other religious beliefs are human inventions, which overtime were made to fulfill countless psychological and emotional wants or needs created by humans. Religions are also social functions that can be learned during childhood or learned from where and when you were born. This is why there are so many different religions. Think about all the different places and countries never heard

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