I’ve read a lot of wacky reviews of Dawkins’ book, but this is so absurd I nearly choked on my coke. How about a Freudian psychoanalysis of Dawkins?
The analysis? Dawkins’ atheism is grounded in a psychological murder of the God/Father…For Dawkins, the Oedipal counter-current manifests itself not in hearing divine voices but in an unquestioning commitment to a new paternal figure/institution, namely modern science (note the element of trust in science that is necessary to make this commitment, since science alone does not disprove God/murder the Father, only makes God’s existence/Father’s survival improbable). Science is Dawkin’s adoptive Father figure now that he has done away with the old one.
Dawkins needs to write more about squid to give these fellows more fun.