The Future of Humanism
Mar09

The Future of Humanism

The Humanist Institute launched the premiere of our Open Lecture Series on Saturday, October 15, 2016 in Minneapolis, MN. The event, titled “The Future of Humanism: New Voices for the 21st Century,” was a conference celebrating Humanist pioneer John Dietrich and the next hundred years of Humanism. This course includes the conference presented in four parts: Introduction by David Breeden, First Unitarian Society Panel...

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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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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 Today: Volume Two
Sep11

Humanism Today: Volume Two

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 Two The Aesthetics of Humanism: Holiday,...

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Positive Humanism
Jul13

Positive Humanism

Positive humanism is an applied secular humanistic philosophy based on the scientific findings of positive psychology that focuses on personal, professional, and societal flourishing. Positive humanism’s focus is almost entirely on promoting positive humanism and defending it when necessary, but avoiding “attacking” religion (i.e., avoiding making aggressive arguments against religion). Abstaining from all arguments...

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Humanism Today: Volume One
Dec20

Humanism Today: Volume One

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 voume, Bioethics, appeared in 2006. Articles from volumes 1-13 are online. Humanism Today: Volume One Topics: Ethics, Religion, Education, Welfare, Peace,...

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