The Mechanisms of Religious Infection: A memetic approach

Thursday 15th July, 18:00 at the Science Gallery, Pearse Street, Dublin 2

A lecture from eminent writer Dr Darrel Ray exploring the ideas and themes from his research on religion that culminated in his book ‘The God Virus’. He is also speaking at the Atheist Ireland AGM on Saturday 17th July, but we are maximizing his stay in case anyone can’t attend that AGM.
Darrel Ray, Ed.D. is an organizational psychologist and consultant. For the first 10 years of his career he practiced as a clinical psychologist before moving into the corporate world where he has had an international consulting practice since 1986. He has been a student of religion all his adult life. His website is http://www.thegodvirus.net/

Full details and to book a FREE ticket please visit the Science Gallery website

We would like to thank the Science Gallery for all their help in getting this event up and running, and their generosity with both the venue and their time!

The Mechanisms of Religious Infection: A memetic approach

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  1. Looking forward to this. Looks like we’ll get to video it for skepticireland.com too, so if you can’t make it, check back here towards the end of the week.

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