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Robert B. Tapp
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David E. Schafer
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Life Choices: Living in a Humanistic Framework
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The Quintessence of Humanism
Roy P. Fairfield
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Harvey Sarles
The Human in Humanism: Why (I think I am) a Humanist?
Khoren Arisian
Of Our Living and Our Dying: Building One's Own World in an Age of Denial
Robert B. Tapp
Adopting Our Forebears
Howard B. Radest
Creating a Humanist Narrative
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Paul Kurtz
Humanism and the Arts: Does Art Convey Knowledge?
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Living as Humanists
HUMANISM TODAY: VOLUME 10, 1996

Essays from the Humanist Institute

edited by

Robert B. Tapp

Table of Contents

Introduction
Robert B. Tapp

The Joy of Humanism: An Exercise in Humanist Narrative
David E. Schafer

Life Choices: Living in a Humanistic Framework
Jane Koretz

The Quintessence of Humanism
Philip J. Regal

Coffee Spoons or Backhoes? Humanistic Journeys in Self-Empowerment-A Retrospective
Roy P. Fairfield

The Human in Humanism: Why (I think I am) a Humanist?
Harvey Sarles

Of Our Living and Our Dying: Building One's Own World in an Age of Denial
Khoren Arisian

Adopting Our Forebears
Robert B. Tapp

Creating a Humanist Narrative
Howard B. Radest

The Village Atheist Syndrome
Vern L. Bullough & Bonnie Bullough

Humanism and the Arts: Does Art Convey Knowledge?
Paul Kurtz


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