A Brief History of Disbelief

Jonathan Miller’s Brief History of Disbelief is a BBC production (2005) that offers television’s first sustained look at the hidden history of atheism. The three-part documentary takes you from unbelievers within Ancient Greece, to the re-emergence of disbelief in 15th and 16th century Europe, through to the French Enlightenment, Revolutionary America and the rise of Darwinian thought. We’ve posted Part 1 below. You can watch Parts 2 and 3 here and here.

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