Neil deGrasse Tyson is asked if he’s an atheist or agnostic.
His response first discusses the fairness of the question. He then talks about what it means to be atheist or agnostic. His response feels largely conservative by attempting to say he doesn’t have an opinion, by way of not having evidence say one thing or the other is true, and then asserts that because of that he doesn’t even want a label applied to him.
Not having a label sets him free.