Secularism’s Place in Politics
DOES SECULAR HUMANISM HAVE A POLITICAL AGENDA? Secularism’s Place in Politics Greg Laden The question at hand is, “Does secular humanism have a political agenda?” To address this question, I’d first like to characterize relevant features of what might be called the “secular humanist community”—as distinct from any philosophy of...
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