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I used dépaysement when, as a humanist in a land of engineers, I asked unpopular questions about the emotional effects of digital technology.The Pandemic Made Us Strangers to Ourselves. Will We Have Learned Anything When It's Over?|Sherry Turkle|March 16, 2021|Time
Kato Mukasa, a lawyer who leads the AHCN and is the UHASSO chair, says a survey conducted between February 2018 and February 2020 shows the country has more than 3,000 humanists.
Scotland, for example, had more humanist weddings than Christian ones in 2019.
Giovanni Gaetani, membership engagement manager at the London-based Humanists International, which is funding projects to encourage humanist weddings and funerals in Uganda and Lithuania, says the popularity of such ceremonies is growing globally.
You have a bunch of humanists sort of generating hypotheses, but they don’t know exactly what’s possible.Netflix’s Reed Hastings on Rejecting Brilliant Jerks, the Power of Big Vacations, and Spending $15 Billion on Content|Eben Shapiro|September 13, 2020|Time
“You almost saw a humanist as well as an absolute demonic side,” she says now.Westgate's Chilling Security Video Reveals Shopping Mall Bloodbath|Nina Strochlic|September 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“There should be humanist alternatives to church in basic training,” he said.
Once, the humanist idea used to animate the very core of the university.
Instead, liberals were attacked for their “secular humanist” ideology as opposed to their philosophy of governing.Ted Cruz and Donald Trump a Sideshow at Fire and Brimstone Rally|Ben Jacobs|August 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But if the religious Zionist youth movements are any indication, those values will be anything but universal or humanist.Racism and Religious Zionist Youth Movements: Own Up|Dr. Assaf David|May 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But if I were asked to describe myself in a single word, I should call myself a Humanist.
The Humanist remedy is to remove the causes which lead or drive men into crime, and so to prevent the manufacture of "sinners."
An anthology of the literature of social protest, with an introduction by Jack London, who calls it "this humanist Holy-book."
Or, to quote the famous humanist creed of Protagoras, as Schiller is so fond of doing, "Man is the measure of all things."
The humanist method must be extended to the whole subject-matter of education, even to a revaluation of knowing itself.
Cultural definitions for humanist
In the Renaissance, a scholar who studied the languages and cultures of ancient Greece and Rome; today, a scholar of the humanities. The term secular humanist is applied to someone who concentrates on human activities and possibilities, usually downplaying or denying the importance of God and a life after death.