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Secular Humanism


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Discuss secularism and human-based, secular ethics without chastising and berating those that believe differently than you.#### Description This is subreddit for secular humanism. Secular humanism is a comprehensive, nonreligious lifestance philosophy that incorporates the following principles:

  • A Framework of morals with a consequentialist ethical system adopted from the humanist philosophy

  • Reason, empirical evidence, and the scientific method

  • The encouragement of fulfillment, growth and creativity for all

  • To live for and value this life, rather than an afterlife

  • To continually build a better society

  • A cosmic outlook rooted in science

##What Is Humanism?

Humanism is a democratic and ethical life stance, which affirms that human beings have the right and responsibility to give meaning and shape to their own lives. It stands for the building of a more humane society through an ethic based on human and other natural values in the spirit of reason and free inquiry through human capabilities. Because humanism is not based on any theological premise, every individual is free to combine humanism with other belief systems and to resolve conflicting beliefs in their own way.

Related Subreddits:

/r/Humanism

/r/Humanist

/r/Christian_Humanism

/r/HumanisticJudaism

/r/religion

Relevant Links:

Council for Secular Humanism

American Humanist Society

British Humanist Society

Australian Humanist Society

Secular Humanism Wiki

Council For Secular Humanism

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