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1: Ethics, Religion, Education, Welfare, Peace, and the State
2: The Aesthetics of Humanism
3: Science and Humanism
4: Rethinking Humanism: History, Philosophy, Science
5: The Enlightenment Reconstructed
6: Meaning in Humanism
Natalie Koretz
Introduction
Sherwin T. Wine
The Meaning Of Meaning
Khoren Arisian
Moving Beyond Neo-hellenistic Times: Re-thinking Humanism In A Post-modern World
Harvey B. Sarles
Aspects Of The Crisis In Meaning
Robert B. Tapp
The Cannons Against The Canon: What Are The Real Targets?
Laurence Levine
Biological Determinism: What Genes Mean
Paul Kurtz
In Defense Of Eupraxophy
Beverley Earles
The Faith Dimension Of Humanism
Howard B. Radest
Intimacy: Humanism With A Human Face: Notes For A Humanist Psychology
Jane F. Koretz
Work As Meaning: A Passion For Science
Vern L. Bullough & Bonnie Bullough
Should Sex Have A Different Meaning For Humanists?
Marty Klein
The Meaning Of Sex
Laurence Levine
Gaia: Goddess And Idea
7: Humanism and New Age Thinking
8: Humanism and Postmodernism
9: Humanism's Answers: Speaking to the Challenge of Orthodoxy
10: Living as Humanists
11: Humanists and Education
12: Globalization and Humanism
13: Beyond Reason?
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14: Multiculturalism
15: Ecohumanism
16: The Fate of Democracy
17: Biomedical Ethics
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