"A polemic with a compelling psychological bent." Nexus
"While the related offerings of Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens may have the edge for flair and accessibility, Pataki gets the prize for focused inquiry." Time magazine
"As a polemic on the evils of religion, this brief book deserves to be as widely read as Sam Harris's recent Letter to a Christian Nation . . . Pataki punches with precision, punctures fallacies with elegant jabs." Canberra Times
"[Pataki] writes as a scholar, with careful and qualified argument." The Age
About the Author
Tamas Pataki is a lecturer in philosophy at the University of Melbourne. He is the coeditor of Racism in Mind.