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  1. Critical Humanisms: Humanist/Anti-Humanist Dialogues
  2. What Is Secular Humanism?: Why Humanism Became Secular and How It Is Changing Our World by James Hitchcock, 1982-09
  3. The Prism of Grammar: How Child Language Illuminates Humanism (Bradford Books) by Tom Roeper, 2009-04-30
  4. Humanism for Parents - Parenting without Religion by Sean Curley, 2007-05-07
  5. Impact of Humanism
  6. Encountering the Dharma: Daisaku Ikeda, Soka Gakkai, and the Globalization of Buddhist Humanism by Richard Hughes Seager, 2006-03-16
  7. Clergy in the Classroom: The Religion of Secular Humanism by David A. Noebel, J. F. Baldwin, et all 2007-07-01
  8. On Equilibrium: Six Qualities of the New Humanism by John Ralston Saul, 2004-01-08
  9. 'Nature and the Greeks' and 'Science and Humanism' (Canto original series) by Erwin Schrödinger, 1996-08-13
  10. Wild and Robust: The Adventures of Christian Humanism by William McNamara, 2006-10-25
  11. Transuming Passion: Ganymede and the Erotics of Humanism by Leonard Barkan, 1991-03-01
  12. The Unheard Cry for Meaning: Psychotherapy and Humanism (Touchstone Books) by Viktor Emil Frankl, 1979-03-27
  13. Humanism in Italian Renaissance Musical Thought by Claude V. Palisca, 1986-07-01
  14. Scholastic Humanism and the Unification of Europe: The Heroic Age (Scholastic Humanism & the Unification of Europe) (Volume II) by R. W. Southern, 2001-01-24

81. The Jean-Paul Sartre Internet Archive
Collection of works by and related to Sartre, with picture and capsule biography. Includes Existentialism is a humanism, selections from the Critique of Dialectical Reason.
Reference Writers: Jean-Paul Sartre
Jean-Paul Sartre Archive
Existentialism is a Humanism Biography Existentialism is a Humanism From Critique of Dialectical Reason (The Search for Method 1)
The Problem of Mediations
(The Search for Method 2)
The Dogmatic Dialectic and the Critical Dialectic
(from Introduction)
The Intelligibility of History
(final section)
Glossary Reference: Existentialism Dogmatism Kant Kierkegaard ... Simone de Beauvoir Further reading: The Second Sex , Simone de Beauvoir, 1949
One Dimensional Man
, Herbert Marcuse, 1964
, Georg Lukacs, 1967
Sartre: Outsider Looking In
, Raya Dunayevskaya, 1973
Engels on Materialism

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82. Down With The Criminal Islamic Regime Occupying Iran !!!
Personal site providing commentary against the islamic regime in Iran. Articles on Islam, humanism, Iranian politics and women's rights are also included.

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Resolutions and Petitions in Support of the Iranian People
Petition in support of Iranian democratic movement, and against US military attacks on Iran. Senate Resolution S.Res.82 Concerning Continued Repression of Freedom Within Iran Congressman Howard Berman's remarks to the American Iranian Council (lobbyist group for the criminal islamic regime) Expressing the sense of the Congress in support of the people of Iran and their legitimate quest for freedom, economic opportunity, and friendship with the people of the United States,... (Introduced in House) [H.CON.RES.375.IH] Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives concerning the continuous repression of freedoms within Iran and of individual human rights abuses, particularly with regard to women (Introduced in House) [H.RES.504.IH]

83. Humanism Deception
Warnings for the goals of humanism.
Deceptive Mask for Atheism
Humanism John Dewey, Father of Modern Education, Author of Humanist Manifesto I, Amerikanized version of Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx. How is it that the school system omits this bit of history? Humanist Manifestos I, II, and III It took forty years to produce HM II, and only seventeen for HM III. Consider the growth rate curve. The following articles can be found on the menu for Public School. Menu of Writings on the Public School System The Purpose of Education History of Changes in Education Deceptive School ... More History Menu another group of historical things IGNORANCE OF HUMANISM ALLOWS EASY DECEPTION:
God's own people are destroyed for their lack of knowledge. Protect your child from the traps of humanism which is nothing different than the original snare used by the serpent to deceive Eve. People are often deceived by a false association of words.
They relate humanitarian with the good Samaritan.
Then they equate the belief system of humanism with humanitarianism.
Then they accept the idea of supporting humanistic projects which give no glory to God.

84. Humanism. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
2001. humanism. See M. Hadas, humanism The Greek Ideal and Its Survival (1960, repr. 1972) and The Living Tradition (1966); J. Maritain, Integral humanism (tr.
Select Search All All Reference Columbia Encyclopedia World History Encyclopedia Cultural Literacy World Factbook Columbia Gazetteer American Heritage Coll. Dictionary Roget's Thesauri Roget's II: Thesaurus Roget's Int'l Thesaurus Quotations Bartlett's Quotations Columbia Quotations Simpson's Quotations Respectfully Quoted English Usage Modern Usage American English Fowler's King's English Strunk's Style Mencken's Language Cambridge History The King James Bible Oxford Shakespeare Gray's Anatomy Farmer's Cookbook Post's Etiquette Bulfinch's Mythology Frazer's Golden Bough All Verse Anthologies Dickinson, E. Eliot, T.S. Frost, R. Hopkins, G.M. Keats, J. Lawrence, D.H. Masters, E.L. Sandburg, C. Sassoon, S. Whitman, W. Wordsworth, W. Yeats, W.B. All Nonfiction Harvard Classics American Essays Einstein's Relativity Grant, U.S. Roosevelt, T. Wells's History Presidential Inaugurals All Fiction Shelf of Fiction Ghost Stories Short Stories Shaw, G.B. Stein, G. Stevenson, R.L. Wells, H.G. Reference Columbia Encyclopedia PREVIOUS NEXT ... BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORD The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. humanism philosophical and literary movement in which man and his capabilities are the central concern. The term was originally restricted to a point of view prevalent among thinkers in the Renaissance. The distinctive characteristics of Renaissance humanism were its emphasis on classical studies, or the humanities, and a conscious return to classical ideals and forms. The movement led to a restudy of the Scriptures and gave impetus to the Reformation. The term

85. Church Of Scientific Humanism
scientific humanism is a rational religion. when harmony is achieved people are happy. happy people fulfill the goal of scientific humanism.
Church of Scientific Humanism
Precepts ... m is a rational religion, based upon the three Aspects of Human consciousness: Sentience Awe Wonder The three cardinal P recepts of all Human societies result from conjunctions between two of the three aspects of Human consciousness. In Scientific Humanism , we refer to these principles as the Three Precepts Be Nice Seek Knowledge to Determine Truth Obey Just Laws P eople strive for Balance among the three Aspects of Human consciousness. When Balance is extended to the three Precepts , People achieve Harmony within themselves. People reach Fulfillment by helping others to achieve Balance and Harmony in accordance the the Mission of the Church of Scientific Humanism In
Make This
A Better World
The Aspects of Human consciousness, the cardinal Precepts Balance and Harmony are united within the symbol of the Church of Scientific Humanism.

86. Young Freethinkers Alliance
An international association of high school student groups interested in promoting freethought, skepticism, and secular humanism. Links to high school clubs, press releases.

The Young Freethinkers Alliance is now a part of the Campus Freethought Alliance
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87. CommonSense Online
Internet version of the CommonSense Journal, an intercollegiate journal of humanism and freethought in the country. Subscription and advertising information, articles on every aspect of society as they relate to humanism.




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The CommonSense Website is currently under construction and will be updated shortly.
CommonSense: The Intercollegiate Journal of Humanism and Freethought is produced three times a year. CommonSense currently publishes 12,000 copies of each issue and is the one and only intercollegiate humanist journal written, edited and run entirely by college students. S tudents from across the country contribute articles examining issues in politics, philosophy, religion, and culture. CommonSense is not a voice, but a forum for voice. All reasonable and well-argued viewpoints will be considered for open commentary and discussion within our journal. If you want to find out more about CommonSense, all of our past issues are online in the archive section.
All CommonSense staff members are volunteers, and the organization survives on donations . We have also received the generous support of the Institute for Humanist Studies . If you are interested in helping with CommonSense, particularly in one of these ways:

88. Embracing Change With All Four Arms
This paper sets out to defend human genetic engineering with a new bioethical approach, posthumanism.
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Embracing Change with All Four Arms: A Post-Humanist Defense of Genetic Engineering
J. Hughes Ph.D. (e-mail) published: in Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics June 1996, 6(4):94-101 in Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Science, Technology, and Society , Fourth Edition, ed. Thomas A. Easton. Dushkin/McGraw Hill, 2000 translated into German in Telepolis 1. Introduction 2. Distinctions without a Difference 3. Ethical Starting Points for A Defense ... Bibliography
This paper sets out to defend human genetic engineering with a new bioethical approach, post-humanism, combined with a radical democratic political framework. Arguments for the restriction of human genetic engineering, and specifically germ-line enhancement, are reviewed. Arguments are divided into those which are fundamental matters of faith, or "bio-Luddite" arguments, and those which can be addressed through public policy, or "gene-angst" arguments. The four bio-Luddite concerns addressed are: Medicine Makes People Sick; There are Sacred Limits of the Natural Order; Technologies Always Serve Ruling Interests; The Genome is Too Complicated to Engineer. I argue that these are matters of faith that one either accepts or rejects, and that I reject.

89. From Behaviorism To Humanism: Incorporating Self-direction In Learning Concept
From behaviorism to humanism Incorporating selfdirection in learning concepts into the instructional design process. In HB Long
From behaviorism to humanism: Incorporating self-direction in learning concepts into the instructional design process New ideas about self-directed learning Roger Hiemstra and Ralph G. Brockett[1] However, we have found that many of our beliefs and actions run counter to the "expert" or directed instruction role assumed by some teachers, trainers, and administrators who work with adult learners. It is our observation that many people have difficulty accepting some of the humanistic philosophical underpinnings crucial for self-directed learning success. They may even accept certain humanistic beliefs but feel compelled to employ a more directed instructional approach because of organizational or traditional expectations about the teaching and learning process. Regardless of who is involved or the philosophical framework at work, the design of instruction for adults normally involves an analysis of learning needs and goals and subsequent development of a delivery system or approach for meeting such needs. It includes such activities as developing learning materials, designing instructional activities, determining techniques for involving learners, facilitating learning activities, and carrying out some evaluation efforts. In both the institutions noted above (our respective institutions), faculty in the mentioned programs or departments are engaged in the design of instruction on almost a daily basis. Many students take courses in both areas and faculty often serve together on dissertation committees. Yet, there often are real differences between these two groups in the way the instructional process is viewed.

90. What Is Humanism
PAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Library Modern Frederick Edwords What is humanism? What Is humanism? Frederick Edwords. What is humanism?
Library Modern Frederick Edwords : What is Humanism?
What Is Humanism?
Frederick Edwords
What is humanism? The sort of answer you will get to that question depends on what sort of humanist you ask! The word "humanism" has a number of meanings, and because authors and speakers often don't clarify which meaning they intend, those trying to explain humanism can easily become a source of confusion. Fortunately, each meaning of the word constitutes a different type of humanism the different types being easily separated and defined by the use of appropriate adjectives. So, let me summarize the different varieties of humanism in this way. Literary Humanism is a devotion to the humanities or literary culture. Renaissance Humanism is the spirit of learning that developed at the end of the middle ages with the revival of classical letters and a renewed confidence in the ability of human beings to determine for themselves truth and falsehood. Cultural Humanism is the rational and empirical tradition that originated largely in ancient Greece and Rome, evolved throughout European history, and now constitutes a basic part of the Western approach to science, political theory, ethics, and law. Philosophical Humanism is any outlook or way of life centered on human need and interest. Sub-categories of this type include Christian Humanism and Modern Humanism.

91. Secular Humanism
Secular humanism. Humanist Books. Humanist Manifesto I. Corliss Lamont Page (Off site). 10 Myths About Secular humanism (1997) by Matt Cherry Molleen Matsumura.

92. Christian Humanism
humanism. General Information humanism, an educational and philosophical Renaissance humanism. The founder of Renaissance humanism
General Information Humanism, an educational and philosophical outlook that emphasizes the personal worth of the individual and the central importance of human values as opposed to religious belief, developed in Europe during the Renaissance, influenced by the study of ancient Greek and Latin literature and philosophy. Humanism thus began as an educational program called the humanities, which inculcated those ancient secular values which were consistent with Christian teachings. The Renaissance humanists were often devout Christians, but they promoted secular values and a love of pagan antiquity.
Renaissance Humanism
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The 14th-century humanists had relied mainly on Latin. In the early 15th century, however, classical Greek became a major study, providing scholars with a fuller, more accurate knowledge of ancient civilization. Included were many of the works of Plato, the Homeric epics, the Greek tragedies, and the narratives of Plutarch and Xenophon. Poggio Bracciolini (1380-1459), a chancellor of Florence and papal secretary, discovered important classical texts, studied Roman ruins and inscriptions, and created the study of classical archaeology. Poggio also criticized the corruption and hypocrisy of his age in biting satire and well-argued dialogues. Lorenzo Valla (c. 1407-57), one of the greatest classical scholars and text editors of his age, proved that the Donation of Constantine, a medieval document that supported papal claims to temporal authority, was a forgery.

93. Christian Character - Secular Humanism & New Age (Official A/G Perspective)
Urges Christians to resist Satan's efforts to seduce and draw unsuspecting innocents away from God's plan.
Home About Us Beliefs Contributions ... Spiritual Help Assemblies of God Beliefs Explore... Read about the authoritative weight of the documents presented in our "Beliefs" section.View a list of topics covered here. Other Christian Character Topics This A/G Perspective reflects commonly held beliefs based on scripture which have been endorsed by the church's Commission on Doctrinal Purity and the Executive Presbytery. What does the Bible say about the beliefs of secular humanism and the New Age movement? At the center of this fatal evolutionary belief is the teaching that there is no God or personal Creator (atheism), and that humans are the apex of all reality. Its subtly appeals to many by saying that all humans are innately good (ignoring the Fall of the human race) and have unlimited potential to evolve into perfect creatures. Humanism teaches total self-sufficiency, completely denying any need for Deity.

94. Comunidade Livre De Pasárgada
Founded in 2001 on the principles of democracy, freedom of speech and humanism. Most of its way of life comes from old Reunion, the motherland of all eight founding fathers of Pasargada.
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95. Secular Humanism - ChristianAnswers.Net
(Animation) What s New What is Secular humanism? Accurate definitions are difficult to come by. What are the basic beliefs of Secular humanism?
What is Secular Humanism?
ccurate definitions are difficult to come by. When one hears the word "humanism," several different ideas may come to mind. For example, Mr. Webster would define humanism something like this: "any system or mode of thought or action in which human interests, values, or dignity predominate."[1] Others may think of a liberal arts education. Both of these are well and good, but what we are seeking is a definition of the worldview known as Secular Humanism.
First, Secular Humanism is a worldview . That is, it is a set of beliefs through which one interprets all of reality - something like a pair of glasses. Second, Secular Humanism is a religious worldview.[2] Do not let the word "secular" mislead you. The Humanists themselves would agree that they adhere to a religious worldview. According to the : Humanism is "a philosophical, religious, and moral point of view."[3]
Not all humanists, though, want to be identified as "religious," because they understand that religion is (supposedly) not allowed in American public education. To identify Secular Humanism as a religion would eliminate the Humanists' main vehicle for the propagation of their faith. And it is a faith, by their own admission. The

96. Humanism (Rome Reborn: The Vatican Library & Renaissance Culture)
Images and descriptions of items relating to humanism from the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana; part of the Library of Congress “Rome Reborn The Vatican
The Library of Congress Exhibitions
Exhibition Sections: Introduction The Vatican Library Archaeology
... Credits
The great intellectual movement of Renaissance Italy was humanism. The humanists believed that the Greek and Latin classics contained both all the lessons one needed to lead a moral and effective life and the best models for a powerful Latin style. They developed a new, rigorous kind of classical scholarship, with which they corrected and tried to understand the works of the Greeks and Romans, which seemed so vital to them.
Seeking the Wisdom of the Ancients
Costanzo Felici, Historia de coniuratione Catilinae (History of the Catilinarian Conspiracy)
In Latin
Dedication copy for Leo X
Early sixteenth century Pius II (Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini), Commentaries
In Latin
Fifteenth century Although humanists had thronged the papal court since the beginning of the century, Pius II was the first real humanist to sit in the chair of Peter. Born in Siena as Enea Silvio Piccolomini, he acquired a reputation as a diplomat, belletrist, and womanizer, and was crowned poet laureate by the Emperor Frederick in 1442. After serving the emperor and the anti-Roman Council of Basel, Piccolomini joined the Roman camp in 1446. He became a cardinal in 1456 and in 1458 was elected pope. As pope, the only work of scholarship he was able to continue was his "Commentaries," a remarkably frank autobiography in which he put his passions and prejudices on full view. In the passage shown here, Pius expresses his bitter contempt for the French, who had been unwilling to join his crusade against the Great Turk.

97. Image: A Journal Of The Arts And Religion
The Center for Religious humanism is a nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering a deeper engagement between faith and culture. Religious humanism.
The Center for Religious Humanism
is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering a deeper engagement between faith and culture. In a time that is overshadowed by the politicization of everyday life, where the "culture wars" pit ideologues from Left and Right against one another, there is an urgent need to restore the tradition of religious humanism. The term "religious humanism" suggests a tension between two opposed terms—between heaven and earth. But it is a creative, rather than a deconstructive, tension. Perhaps the best analogy for understanding religious humanism comes from the Christian doctrine of the Incarnation, which holds that Jesus was both human and divine. This paradoxical meeting of these two natures is the pattern by which we can begin to understand the many dualities we experience in life: flesh and spirit, nature and grace, God and Caesar, faith and reason, justice and mercy. Religious humanism
  • is characterized by a stance that balances commitment to the historic truths of biblical religion with openness to the world;

98. Religion And Evolution Q&A
and religiously neutral? And isn’t creation just a religious belief? The Religious Nature of Evolution; What is Secular humanism?
UPHOLDING THE AUTHORITY OF THE BIBLE FROM THE VERY FIRST VERSE SEARCH Contact Us Home Store Events ... Support Recommended Resources The Answers Book Challenge to the Church (audio) Creation and the Christian Faith (video) Did God Use Evolution? ... Printer-friendly version
Religion and Evolution Questions and Answers
Alien/UFOs Apologetics Archaeology Arguments NOT to use Bible Biographies - Creationists Cloning Countering the Critics Creation Compromises Creation: Why It Matters Darwin, Charles Design Features Dinosaurs Education Embryonic Recapitulation Environmentalism Flood Fossils Geocentrism Genesis Genetics Geology God History Human Life: Abortion Ice Age Information Theory Jesus Christ Linguistics Mammoths Morality and Ethics Mutations Natural Selection Origin of Life Philosophy Plate Tectonics Probabilities Racism Radiometric Dating Religion (humanism, etc.) Science Speciation Thermodynamics and Order Young Age Evidence

99. Home
Orlando, FL. The focus is on humanism, diversity, education, and lifelong learning. Includes calendar of events, articles, photos, poetry, and a membership packet.
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Our Mission: Unity within Diversity;
The S.P.E.C.T.R.U.M. mission and purpose is to unite students at Valencia Community College East who share common interests in philosophy, society, beliefs, and thought. We are primarily a philosophy club, but also offer workshops and special events for the benefit of both our members and the college. Our focus is on humanism, diversity, education and lifelong learning, and it is our sincere hope that through our organization, students may find these qualities within themselves and share their wisdom with others.
Contact Information:
Feel Free to contact us in regards to application, upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, and other general information. Officers: Brett Pribble (Chief Coordinator) Sharon Ainsley (Founder / Assistant Coordinator) Samantha Goodwin (Coordinator of Goodwill) **Officer positions are open for Fall 2001** Honored Alumni: Jean Carlos Zachary Cheek Sharon Ainsley Perry Jordan Denitza Genova Advisors and Faculty Support: Professor Clay Holliday Professor Mark Crain Contact person: Brett Pribble (407) 362-4056 Location: Valencia Community College East Student Development Offices Electronic mail Chief Coordinator:

100. Religious Humanism - Humanism Today, Volume 12
Religious humanism The Past We Inherit, the Future We Create by Pat Hoertdoerfer. From humanism Today, Volume 12. Relationship to Liberation humanism.
Contact Volumes available online 1: Ethics, Religion, Education, Welfare, Peace, and the State 2: The Aesthetics of Humanism 3: Science and Humanism 4: Rethinking Humanism: History, Philosophy, Science ... Jone E. Johnson
Humanists and Global Ethics Khoren Arisian
Globalism and the Human Future: An Extended Personal Abstract Gerald A. Larue
Human Values for the 21st Century David E. Schafer
The Clash of Visions: Toward a Humanist Response to Huntington Robert B. Tapp
Globalization Theory and Humanism Don Page
Humanism and Global Issues: A Heretical View Harvey B. Sarles
Global Humanism: Paradox and the Concept of the Future (Several Starts toward a Course of Study) Pat Hoertdoerfer
Religious Humanism: The Past We Inherit; The Future We Create Jane F. Koretz
The Futures of Science 13: Beyond Reason? Back issues NACH/The Humanist Institute
Religious Humanism:
The Past We Inherit; The Future We Create
Pat Hoertdoerfer
The Past We Inherit
Religious Humanism is something old. It is as old as Greek philosopher Protagoras who said: "As for the gods, I do not know whether they exist or not. Life is too short for such difficult enquiries . . . . Man [human] is the measure of all things, determining what does and what does not exist." It is as old as Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism, all non-theistic faiths of the first millennium BCE. It was the age of Confucius and Lao-tzu of China, the Upanishads of ancient India, of Buddha the Enlightened One, Zoroaster religious prophet of Persia, and the Hebrew prophets Elijah, Isaiah, and Jeremiah. It was Isaiah who exhorted "…bind up the brokenhearted, proclaim liberty to the captives, open the prison to them that are bound."

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