آتئیزم

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آتئیزم یوخسا آتئیسم و یا آللاهسیزلیق (اینگیلیسجه‌‌ : Atheism)، اَن گئنیش آنلامدا تانری‌لارین وجودونا اینانج اوْلماماسی‌دیر.[۱][۲][۳][۴] آز گئنل آچیقلامادا هر هانسی تانریسال وارلیغین ردی‌دیر. اوْندان داها محدود تعریفده‌ هئچ بیر تانرینین اوْلمادیغینا اینانماق‌دیر. آتئیسم تئیز‌مین(theism) قارشیسیندا‌دیر کی اَن آزی بیر تانری‌نین مؤوجودلوغونا اینانماق آنلامیندادیر.

آتئیزم سؤزجوگونون ائتوْمولوژیکسل کؤکو بیزیم عصردن بئش یۆز ایل قاباق قدیم یۇنانداکی ἄθεος سؤزجوگوندن گلیر، بۇ سؤزجوک(atheos) «تانریسیز» آنلامیندادیر. کئچمیشده‌ بو سؤزجوک بؤیوک توْپلومون طرفیندن عبادت ائدیلن تانری‌لاری ترک ائدیب، اینانمایان آداملارا قارشی بیر آشاغیلاییجی و آلچالتیجی تئرمین اوْلاراق ایشلنیلردی.

قایناق‌لار[دَییشدیر]

  1. in Flynn 2007, p. 35: "The terms ATHEISM and AGNOSTICISM lend themselves to two different definitions. The first takes the privative a both before the Greek theos (divinity) and gnosis (to know) to mean that atheism is simply the absence of belief in the gods and agnosticism is simply lack of knowledge of some specified subject matter. The second definition takes atheism to mean the explicit denial of the existence of gods and agnosticism as the position of someone who, because the existence of gods is unknowable, suspends judgment regarding them ... The first is the more inclusive and recognizes only two alternatives: Either one believes in the gods or one does not. Consequently, there is no third alternative, as those who call themselves agnostics sometimes claim. Insofar as they lack belief, they are really atheists. Moreover, since absence of belief is the cognitive position in which everyone is born, the burden of proof falls on those who advocate religious belief. The proponents of the second definition, by contrast, regard the first definition as too broad because it includes uninformed children along with aggressive and explicit atheists. Consequently, it is unlikely that the public will adopt it."
  2. Simon Blackburn, ed. (2008). "atheism". The Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy (2008 ed.). Oxford University Press. Retrieved 2013-11-21. "Either the lack of belief that there exists a god, or the belief that there exists none. Sometimes thought itself to be more dogmatic than mere agnosticism, although atheists retort that everyone is an atheist about most gods, so they merely advance one step further."
  3. Most dictionaries (see the OneLook query for "atheism") first list one of the more narrow definitions.      Runes, Dagobert D.(editor) (1942). Dictionary of Philosophy. New Jersey: Littlefield, Adams & Co. Philosophical Library. ISBN 0-06463461-2. Archived from the original on 2011-05-13. Retrieved 2011-04-09. "(a) the belief that there is no God; (b) Some philosophers have been called "atheistic" because they have not held to a belief in a personal God. Atheism in this sense means "not theistic". The former meaning of the term is a literal rendering. The latter meaning is a less rigorous use of the term though widely current in the history of thought" – entry by Vergilius Ferm
  4.  "Atheism". OxfordDictionaries.com. Oxford University Press. Retrieved April 23, 2017.