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260.  God in the sense defined is an delusion ... a pernicious delusion.  (God & Delusion)  Professor Richard Dawkins, lecture The God Delusion, Lynchburg Virginia

 

 

69,747.  A delusion is something that people believe in despite a total lack of evidence.  Richard Dawkins

 

 

273.  Why does this delusion persist? ... I think it’s to do with wishful thinking.  (God & Delusion & Wish)  Christopher Hitchens v Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, 30th January 2008 New York

 

 

912.  For me, it is far better to grasp the Universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring.  (Truth & Delusion & Universe & God)  Carl Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark

 

 

16,953.  A primary purpose of the police is to enforce the delusions of those with lots of green paper.  (Police & Delusion)  Derrick Jensen, Endgame I: The Problem of Civilisation

 

 

54,625.  I also will choose their delusions, and will bring their fears upon them.  (God's Fascism & Isaiah & Delusion)  Isaiah 66:4

 

 

58,993.  It is the duty of every man, as far as his ability extends, to detect and expose delusion and error.  (Error & Delusion)  Thomas Paine, An Essay on Dream

 

 

69,745.  Delusion arises from anger.  The mind is bewildered by delusion. Reasoning is destroyed when the mind is bewildered.  One falls down when reasoning is destroyed.  Bhagavad Gita

 

 

69,746.  What a man delusion,

Livin’ in that confusion.  Charles Manson, lyrics: Look at Your Game, Girl                                                         

 

 

69,748.  Truth is always a delusion.  (Delusion & Truth)  Friedrich Durrenmatt

 

 

69,749.  We want our delusions and will violently defend these when confronted.  We want to believe that the job that is slowly choking us is good, because the effort it would take to change is too terrifying to contemplate.  We never want to hear how badly we are being treated in a relationship because we are strong and how dare you suggest we don't know better.  Thomm Quackenbush, Pagan Standard Times: Essays on the Craft

 

 

69,750.  Nothing is so difficult as not deceiving oneself.  Ludwig Wittgenstein

 

 

36,789.  As long as people want the Mormon Church to be true, more than they are willing to face the possibility that it is not, they will not entertain evidence or reason.  Delusion becomes a choice.  (Mormon & Delusion)  Jim Whitefield

 

 

38,160.  It has taught me quite beyond my knowledge, the imbecility of human nature, and especially my own weakness.  It has unfolded in its proper character, a delusion to which I had fallen a victim, and taught me the humiliating truth, that I was exerting the powers of both my mind and body, and sacrificing my time and property, to build up a system of delusion, almost unparalleled in the annals of the world.  (Mormon & Delusion)  Ezra Booth, letter to Reverend Ira Eddy 1831 re Mormonism

 

 

87,091.  I listen to all these complaints about rudeness and intemperate- ness, and the opinion that I come to is that there is no polite way of asking somebody: have you considered the possibility that your entire life has been devoted to a delusion?  But that’s a good question to ask.  Of course we should ask that question and of course it’s going to offend people.  Tough.  (Rudeness & Delusion & Belief & Religion & Meaning of Life)  Daniel C Dennett

 

 

91,536.  Tourism is the great soporific.  It’s a huge confidence trick, and gives people the dangerous idea that there’s something interesting in their lives.  It’s musical chairs in reverse ... All the upgrades in existence lead to the same airports and resort hotels, the same pina colada bullshit.  The tourists smile at their tans and their shiny teeth and think they're happy.  But the suntans hide who they really are – salary slaves, with heads full of American rubbish.  Travel is the last fantasy the 20th Century left us, the delusion that going somewhere helps you reinvent yourself.  (Tourism & Delusion)  J G Ballard, Millennium People   

 

 

96,536.  All these people are suffering from the delusion that it doesn’t matter what kind of work they do – of whether they merely do nothing – so long as they get money for doing it.  (Poverty & Delusion & Work & Money)  Robert Tressell, The Ragged Trousered Philanthropist