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HUMANISM TODAY

VOLUME 13, 1999



BEYOND REASON?

Essays from the Humanist Institute

   

edited by

Robert B. Tapp

Contents  

Introduction

 

Meaning, Being, and Identity: The Question of the Knower        

Harvey Sarles

Humanism and Beyond the Truth

 Michael Werner

Intelligence, Community, and Cartesian Doubt

Howard Callaway

Science, Rational Thought, and the Moral Calculus

for Humanists.

Andreas Rosenberg

The Science of Religion: Why Do People Believe

or Disbelieve?

Paul Kurtz

What Beyond Reason?

Robert B. Tapp

One World at a Time

Howard B. Radest

Beyond Reason and Science: A Radical Challenge

Vern L. Bullough

The Aesthetic Pillar of Humanism

Carol Wintermute

The Human Faith Project: "Our Commitment

is to the Worth and Dignity of Every Person"

J. Calvin Chatlos

Euthanasia: A Global Issue

Gerald A. Larue

Contributors

Vern L. Bullough

Distinguished Professor and Dean of Natural and Social Sciences Emeritus, SUNY, Buffalo; Visiting Professor, University of Southern California

Howard Callaway

Adjunct Associate Professor of Philosophy, Rider University, Lawrenceville, New Jersey and Research Scholar, Seminar for Philosophy, University of Mainz, Germany

Calvin Chatlos

Medical Director, Substance Abuse Treatment Services, Carrier Foundation, NJ

Paul Kurtz

Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, SUNY, Buffalo; Chairman, Center for Inquiry; Editor-in-Chief, Free Inquiry magazine

Gerald Larue

Professor Emeritus of Biblical History & Archaeology, Adjunct Professor of Gerontology, Univ. of Southern California; Leader, Ethical Culture Society

Howard Radest

Former Director, Ethical Culture Schools; Leader, American Ethical Union

Andreas Rosenberg

Professor of Laboratory Medicine, Pathology, Biochemistry, Biophysics, University of Minnesota

Harvey Sarles

Professor of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, University of Minnesota

Robert B. Tapp

Professor Emeritus of Humanities, Religious Studies, South Asian Studies, University of Minnesota; Dean, Humanist Institute

Michael Werner

Businessman; former President, American Humanist Association

Carol Wintermute

Former Religious Education Director, First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis; President, North American Committee for Humanism


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