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- ISBN: 9780931779657
- ISBN: 0931779650
- Physical Description: xix, 185 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
- Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Humanist Press, 
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 175-181)
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Foundations -- Is humanism right for me? -- Identifying and coming out -- An argument for humanism -- Planting the seeds -- Prejudice humanists face -- Past and present aspirations for a better future -- Applications -- Political consequences humanists face -- Core humanist issues -- Living humanism -- Becoming an activist -- Conclusions aren't enough.
"Humanism is "the radical idea that you can be good without a god." That's how Roy Speckhardt, the longtime executive director of the American Humanist Association, defines it. His new book, Creating Change Through Humanism, lays out how and why people can lead moral and ethical lives without belief in a higher power. While surveys show that more and more Americans are giving up on religion, merely abandoning traditional religious faith is just one step on a path to a better way of thinking. Speckhardt explains how to take the next steps with the empathy and activism that characterize humanism today.
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