Humanists have a rich ethical outlook

AC GraylingAC Grayling (pictured) writes on the Guardian website how those who are not religious have available to them a rich ethical outlook, all the richer indeed for being the result of reflection as opposed to conditioning.

He states that “humanism is…about the value of things human. Its desire to learn from the past, its exhortation to courage in the present, and its espousal of hope for the future, are about real things, real people, real human need and possibility, and the fate of the fragile world we share.” Read full article

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