Humanist Movement

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Becoming Kinder Gentler Humanists

 Since 2008, I’ve been a dues paying member of and a contributor to the American Humanist Association (AHA). From then until now I’ve been struggling to understand the Humanist philosophy and how that philosophy drives its mission and programs. That is to say, as a Humanist, what exactly am I, and what does it mean … Continue reading

AHA’s “Consider Humanism” Campaign – A Critical Review

On November 9, 2010, the American Humanist Association launched its “Consider Humanism” campaign. In a press release, AHA president, Richard Speckhardt, said that the premise of the campaign is proclaim, among other things, that, “Humanist values are mainstream American values, and this campaign will help many people realize that they are already humanists and just did … Continue reading

The Alchemy of Religion and the Quantum Theory of Humanism Part 2

Part 2: Humanism Meets Religion Under the Constitution   Well, if the arguments presented in Part 1 of this essay are valid and Humanism can be considered a religion in terms of the faith in its worldview and related beliefs, then what is it from a legal standpoint? It’s the first sixteen words of the … Continue reading