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The Humanist []



The American Humanist Association, founded in 1941, publishes The Humanist six times a year. It covers social issues, current events, science, arts and literature from the point of view of humanism, “a rational philosophy informed by science, inspired by art, and motivated by compassion.” This month’s issue has articles about religion, health care, technology, war, sexuality, and peace activism, plus poetry and book reviews. The writers explore ethical and environmental questions “free of theism and other supernatural beliefs,” applying intellectual analysis and practical thinking to the goals of liberty, dignity, and responsibility.