Secular Humanist Morality
EDITORIAL Secular Humanist Morality Paul Kurtz Secular humanists represent a significant portion of the American public. They comprise tens of millions of people who, though nonreligious, are morally committed. The term nonreligious can be used broadly to refer to those who do not belong to or identify with a denomination...
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