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An Introduction to Humanism

December 17, 2023 @ 3:00 pm

Free

Many people are uncertain what is meant by the term “humanism.”

Some may think of psychological or perhaps literary, cultural or renaissance humanism. Others consider humanitarian aid services, while still others may dread a “godless” amoral humanism or even imagine a diabolical or pernicious humanism. Nonetheless, there are philosophical, ethical, religious and Christian humanists worldwide.

On December 17 we will explore and discuss the many varieties of humanism with an emphasis on Secular Humanism. We will meet from 3 to 5 p.m. under the balcony at RVUUF. Please see our website Humanism Explorations for reading and resource links.

HUMANISM EXPLORATIONS is part of the Center For Inquiry , CFI Rogue Valley Humanists and Freethinkers and RVUUF

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Date:
December 17, 2023
Time:
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://rvuuf.org/an-introduction-to-humanism-dec-17/

Organizer

Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (RVUUF)
Phone
541-482-4755
Email
info@rvuuf.org
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