Sunday, February 1, 2009

Jonathan Miller's Brief History of Disbelief (3 of 3) The Final Hour

"Religion is excellent stuff for keeping the common people quiet." Napoleon Bonaparte

Deist philosopher Thomas Paine was one of the most influential thinkers of England ever produced and he inspired founders of the US.

Jonathan Miller investigates that how secularism shaped the world throughout 19th century and guided the new ideologies.

Other Episodes: [1] [2]

File Name ..........: Jonathan Miller's Brief History of Disbelief - 3 of 3.avi
Total Size (MB) ....: 530,96 MB
Video Length .......: 00:58:59


Anonymous said...

what a pitty: miller's narcism paces the whole movie. it's pretty much a footage on how awfully cool and educated and experienced and super profound atheistic he is and gosh! in how many places he's been, that true connaisseur of the arts. and look at those tasty (arrrggghhh!) blue socks and, my, he even speaks italian and is just soo sexy (well,).. but, surprise, there's thoughts and facts and reports on the matter in here too. - so, trying techniques like: just averting your eyes from the screen for a while whenever this.. personal (omni-) presence, during so many stretches entirely not called for by the content to be transported, gets unbearable. and: imagining narrators voice being not a j.miller but say a m.monroe - might help one hefty thru this by it's themes and storyline really not that bad at all a movie relevant to the pov we got in common here..

Anonymous said...

Thank you! I thoroughly enjoyed this series.

ernest said...

I watched this four times and did not find Miller narcissistic at all. To be clear, it really must depend on what is your personal definition of narcissism. I've read about that personality type in psychiatric books, and no, he is not narcissistic. Artistic, yes.

rajan sharma said...

english subs -

Jonathan Miller's Brief History of Disbelief (3 of 3) The Final Hour

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