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Guest Host Bill Moyers with philosopher Daniel Dennett

Guest host Bill Moyers talks to philosopher Daniel C. Dennett.

Dennett is the director of the Center for Cognitive Studies at Tufts University. His latest book is "Breaking The Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon".

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Guest Host Bill Moyers with philosopher Daniel Dennett

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