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Religion for Atheists

by- Alain de Botton


Religion for Atheists (2012) puts focus on the good qualities of organized religion that are frequently neglected. When we analyze religion without the belief in supernatural entities, we discover many useful humanitarian efforts and intellectual insights from which even the most cynical among us may profit.

Alain de Botton, based in the United Kingdom, is a Switzerland philosopher, TV host, and author. His book The Architecture of Happiness was well-received, and it was used in the film 500 Days of Summer. De Botton is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects as well as the Royal Society of Literature.

• Whoever is curious about what religions can teach organizations
• Believers who want to have a different view of their faith
• Non-believers seeking new methods to find meaning in their lives