On-Site Training for Celebrants: Rutgers University
Feb13

On-Site Training for Celebrants: Rutgers University

The Humanist Institute is offering on-site training for individuals who are currently Humanist Celebrants or desiring to become Humanist Celebrants. March 11, 2017 Rutgers University Conference Center 178 Ryders Lane New Brunswick, NJ 08901 Learn how to prepare unique and inspiring humanist wedding ceremonies Find out how to care for individuals nearing the end of life and support their families during this time Discover what makes a...

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Humanism Today: Volume Four
Sep23

Humanism Today: Volume Four

Humanism Today, The Journal of the North American Committee for Humanism and its subsidiary, The Humanist Institute, began publishing articles by humanist scholars in 1985 and became the product of a think tank for the annual focus of the Institute’s adjunct faculty. The final volume, Bioethics, appeared in 2006. Articles from volumes 1-13 are online. Read Now Humanism Today: Volume Four Rethinking Humanism: History, Philosophy,...

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Enroll in the Humanist Studies Program Today!
May03

Enroll in the Humanist Studies Program Today!

Be Challenged. Be Inspired. Be Encouraged. Create your own educational path. Next Learning Weekend: November 5-7, 2016 Course 101: The Humanist Life Stance This pre-requisite course introduces students to in-depth critical thinking, analytic discussion and other methods of instruction that make THI a distinct program in Humanist Studies Course 201: Critical Thinking, Knowledge & Truth What is the best way to prove a case, create a...

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Humanism Today: Volume Three
Mar10

Humanism Today: Volume Three

Humanism Today, The Journal of the North American Committee for Humanism and its subsidiary, The Humanist Institute, began publishing articles by humanist scholars in 1985 and became the product of a think tank for the annual focus of the Institute’s adjunct faculty. The final volume, Bioethics, appeared in 2006. Articles from volumes 1-13 are online. Read Now Humanism Today: Volume Three Science and Humanism: Cosmos,...

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Humanism and Race
Sep22

Humanism and Race

Inside of humanist circles, humanists often regard ourselves as progressive, forward-thinking, logic and science oriented, and concerned with finding equitable and pragmatic solutions to the many challenges humans face globally. Outside of humanist circles, perceptions of humanists (from non-humanists) get more complicated. In particular, humanists are often judged by how they look: disproportionately male, disproportionately white,...

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