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Jingoism, racism, fear, religious fundamentalism: these are the ways of appealing to people if you're trying to organize a mass base of support for policies that are really intended to crush them.
I enjoy being Jewish, but I'm an atheist... I hate fundamentalism in all its forms. Jews, Catholics, Baptists, I think they are all potty and capable of destroying the world.
There are no forces on this planet more dangerous to all of us than the fanaticisms of fundamentalism.
This [fundamentalism] is not religion. It is obscenity. These are lies, the criminal use of religious power to misguide people.
Just as any revolution eats its children, unchecked market fundamentalism can devour the social capital essential for the long-term dynamism of capitalism itself.
I cannot comprehend fundamentalism. It's fundamentally wrong.
There are few things more dangerous than inbred religious certainty.
Well, I think the worst part about tribalism is its tendency to fundamentalize, and if I can fight fundamentalism in any of its forms I'm happy.
How dismal it is to see present day Americans yearning for the very orthodoxy that their country was founded to escape.
The enemy is not fundamentalism; it is intolerance. In this case, the intolerance is perverse since it masquerades under the "liberal" rhetoric of "equal time." But mistake it not.
Today's Islamic fundamentalism is also a cover for political motifs. We should not overlook the political motifs we encounter in forms of religious fanaticism
Culture and education are the lethal weapons against all kinds of fundamentalism.
It is my responsibility to make sure that the fear is overcome… “This attack must instead free our speech about Islamic fundamentalism. We must not be silenced.
Everyone has the right to practice their religion, to worship as they choose. My war is against Islamic fundamentalism.
An hour of violin lessons in Berlin is an hour where you get the child interested in music. An hour in a violin lesson in Palestine is an hour away from violence, is an hour away from fundamentalism.
I think fundamentalism is this radical attitude toward one's own identity and civilization as compared to other people's identities and cultures.
Some people seem to gravitate from one fundamentalism to another, from some kind of secular fundamentalism into a religious fundamentalism or the other way around, which is not very helpful.
Religious fundamentalism, even before it eliminates human beings by perpetrating horrendous killings, eliminates God himself, turning him into a mere ideological pretext.
Fundamentalism is another problem. I mean, Dawkins in a way is almost a fundamentalist himself, of another kind.
Fundamentalism fills you with answers before you even think to ask the questions.
Hysterical fundamentalism is not the way into the future; it is the last gasp of the past.
Faith minus vulnerability is fundamentalism
I am against market fundamentalism. I think this propaganda that government involvement is always bad has been very successful - but also very harmful to our society.
I don't believe in any kind of fundamentalism.
In other words, I’m against cheating, greed, cruelty, racism, imperialism, religious fundamentalism, treason, and the seemingly limitless capacity for hypocrisy shown by Bush and his administration.
There's a religious basis to their [Bush and Chaney] kind of conservatism. It's rooted in a kind of fundamentalism. I'm afraid of that. I don't like that idea. I think all extremism is suspect.
I'm not altogether certain that a fundamentalism of necessity has to argue that it is the only reading of the human experience in order to stay alive.
As you look at the flow of Muslim fundamentalism, or fundamentalism in various areas and various religions, they all play on the people who have very little.
In turbulent times, in times of great change, people head for the two extremes: fundamentalism and personal, spiritual experience.
I find most famous Christians to be full of themselves and of prejudice and self-loathing, masquerading as devout religious belief. I find all fundamentalism to be terrifying and very destructive.
You can be moderate in a way and still intense in your views. It's the extremism that gets frightening; religious fundamentalism and wacko-left liberalism is crazy.
Fundamentalism, as practiced by the Taliban, is the enemy of real thought, and religion, too.
Fundamentalism is rigorously and systematically used to indoctrinate and subjugate young minds. It is a contraceptive designed to prevent intellectual fertilization.
Despair breeds fundamentalism, fanaticism, and terrorism. A world of truly shared abundance would be a safer world.
Fundamentalism is only a problem if the fundamentals are a problem
The testament of science is so continually in a flux that the heresy of yesterday is the gospel of today and the fundamentalism of tomorrow.
It seems to be almost a law of physics, that the winds of change awaken fear and fundamentalism.
Pure faith in the benevolece of the Divine can also degenerate into destructive forms of religion like othodoxy, fundamentalism, sectarianism, fanaticism, black magic and witchcraft.
The key to tackling Islamist fundamentalism and terrorism from the Islamist community is in the hands of moderate Muslims.
Palestinian ideology has become a lethal cocktail of radical nationalism and Islamic fundamentalism.
In our modern complex world, fundamentalism is dangerous because of its rigidity and its imperviousness to other ideas.
Fundamentalism - of any variety - is a form of illiteracy, in that it asserts that it is necessary to read only one book.
People wrap themselves in their beliefs. And they do it in such a way that you can't set them free. Not even the truth will set them free.
My only enemy is right-wing religious fundamentalism.
When fundamentalism comes to kill, it can kill with the language - the Apostle James says this, not me - and even with a knife, no?
There's nothing in the actual Bible that limits a Christian in their appreciation of or interest in science. Anti-science is purely a function of ignorant fundamentalism.
Fundamentalism isn't about religion, it's about power.
In Iran, fundamentalism was fuelled to an extent by the regime of the Shah being supported by the West.
Fundamentalism is the triumph of Paul over Christ.
We fundamentalists are a pack of mood-loving showoffs. I'm sure the Minor Prophets would have found subject for correction.