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Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens, or Dan Dennet? Go!

AlexiMartinaios 2 Oct 3
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Hitch, hands down. He is sorely missed.

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Richard Dawkins: Big fan of his science, not of his rallying cries for mockery.
Sam Harris: Super smart guy, a bit weird, great debater.
Christopher Hitchens: Remarkable mind, best of the very best at debates. He will be missed.
Dan Dennet: Great at making complicated things understandable. Not very good at being lead or solo debater, but an excellent resource as a backup debater in group debates

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Hitchens, definitely; he’s my spirit animal.

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Hitchens was the most gifted orator, with preditory skills in a debate.
Sam Harris is the most pacific articulate one who delivers his ideas with a surgeon like precision.
Dawkins is flamboyant. And Dennet is a great thinker.

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For me it's Dawkins, Hitchens, Harris, and Dennet.

Dawkins first because I also studied Evolutionary Biology and I was just naturally drawn to his works on evolution and atheism.

Hitchens is a very close second just because of how eloquent he was and the way he could masterfully match anyone on the debate stage.

Harris third because I always enjoy reading his philosophical perspective.

Dennet fourth because (as ZenBear said) he was just never that active or involved. At least, he didn't seem like it to me.

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All of the above! #1 Hitch #2 Harris #3 Dawkins #4 Dennet. Hitch is my fav because of his unparalleled oratory sophistication, Dennet last only because he was never as active as the others.

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