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Mark I. Vuletic

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Mark Vuletic

Name: Mark I. Vuletic

Born: 1974


  • Ph.D Philosophy, University of Illinois at Chicago, 2007
  • M.A. Philosophy, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1997
  • B.A. Philosophy, University of California, Irvine, 1992

Homepage URL: http://www.vuletic.com/hume

A frequent contributor and former Internet Infidel board member, is currently a Corporal in the United States Marine Corps, and a doctoral candidate in philosophy at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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Geisler’s Critique of Cultural Humanism

(1997) In Is Man the Measure? (Geisler, 1983), Norman Geisler assesses a number of forms of humanism, pointing out what he believes to be positive and negative aspects of each variety, and ultimately concluding that all have damning flaws. In Chapter 7, Geisler deals with what he calls “cultural humanism,” by which he designates the […]

Is Atheism Logical?

Is Atheism Logical? (1996) Mark I. Vuletic [This article originally appeared in The Free Mind: The Newsletter and Forum of the University of Minnesota Atheists and Humanists 2(7), May/June 1996.] In his brief article “Is Atheism Logical?”, Hank Hanegraaff [1] tries to show that atheism is not rationally justifiable. For the most part, Hanegraaff’s article […]

Mark Vuletic Natures Destiny

Book Review: Michael J. Denton. 1998. Nature’s Destiny: How the Laws of Biology Reveal Purpose in the Universe. New York: The Free Press. xix+454 pages. Mark I. Vuletic 1. Introduction. Michael J. Denton argues for many things in his most recent book, but the thesis which occupies center stage is the thesis that the cosmos […]