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Discovering Secular Humanism: Questions and Answers for the Novice and the Curious (2nd Edition) [Kindle Edition]

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Secular humanism, do you know what it is?

Secular humanism is an ethical philosophy of reason, caring, and hope. It is a social philosophy of the here and now. It is a political philosophy for people and the society they live in.

Secular humanism is the philosophical position of our modern world.

*** Get out of your thinking rut and try something new!

If you think you are a secular humanist or if you are just curious, this humanistic philosophy has the answers that can lead to a new understanding of how we live.

Learn what secular humanism is:

* What are the different types of humanisms and humanists?
* What are the differences between atheism and agnosticism and why they are compatible?
* What assumptions do secular humanism makes?
* What makes secular humanism a highly ethical system?
* Is ethics relative? Why?
* Who comes first, the individual or the society?
* What is knowledge?
* Do we have free will?
* Is secular humanism a religion?
* And more...

Don't just criticize, discover what secular humanism is.

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4.0 out of 5 stars People for people 23 Feb 2014
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Secular humanism believes that humans can make the right decisions for themselves and their fellows without recourse to belief in a 'spirit in the sky'. People treating other people with due respect because they are people worthy of respect, not because ancient texts and prejudiced priests tell them what to do.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Informative if flawed 7 Jun 2012
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While in many ways I found this book to be a good introduction to secular humanism, I was annoyed by a few things. Primarily it was the many tangents pursued. The author would put forth a concept and opine that it was not central to secular humanism (which I found informative and valuable) but then proceed down that tangent in a lengthy manner, often expounding on his own personal position on the superfluous concept. Of less concern to me (because it did little to detract from my understanding of the subject matter) were the numerous grammar problems. This included lots of poor sentence structure (that could be cured with proper use of punctuation) as well as verb tense errors and such. I can't tell how much of this might be due to poor OCR in scanning from a printed text or how much the author is to blame, but there was a clear need for an editor and proof reader.All that aside, I would recommend the book to those seeking an introduction to the subject. It solidified my long-held suspicion that I am fundamentally a secular humanist.
4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting 1 Sep 2013
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There were some typos, but the book was still very readable. I didn't agree with the author on every topic, but he did raise some interesting questions.
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