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Dec
31
2002
Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 23 issue 1

The Ethics of Humanism Without Religion

Paul Kurtz


EDITORIAL The Ethics of Humanism Without Religion Paul Kurtz The question is constantly asked: What is the ethics of humanism? Can a society or person be moral without religion? Yes, indeed, affirm secular humanists. Morality is deeply rooted in the “common moral decencies” (these relate to moral behavior in society)...

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