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Live Long and Prosper PDF Print E-mail

Humanist Thought of the Week: 9 28 2010

Live Long and Prosper      

The goal for most Humanists is to Live Long and Prosper.

And yes Roddenberry was an acknowledged Humanist.

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God and Ice Cream PDF Print E-mail

Humanist Thought of the Week: 9 21 2010

God and Ice Cream     

Or why doesn't god like innocent kids

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Optimistically Skeptical PDF Print E-mail

Humanist Thought of the Week: 9 14 2010

Skepticism and Optimism 

Humanists are both skeptical and optimistic.

You could say we are optimistically skeptical.

And no, that isn’t an oxymoron.
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Magical vs. Practical Thinking PDF Print E-mail

Humanist Thought of the Week: 9 7 2010

Magical vs. Practical thinking  

When it comes to solving our problems, Humanists rely on practical thinking.
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The Balancing Act PDF Print E-mail

Humanist Thought of the Week: 8 31 2010

The balancing act      

It may seem contradictory that while we Humanists support religious freedom we are also openly critical of religion.
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Don't Be a Jerk PDF Print E-mail

Humanist Thought of the Week: 8 24 2010

Don’t be a jerk   

This much should be obvious.

But because this is a topic of conversation in the Freethought movement at the moment,

I thought I would provide three simple rules on how not to be a jerk. 
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