Historic Humanists-Ayer, Sir Alfred Jules

“Theism is so confused and the sentences in which “God” appears so incoherent and so incapable of verifiability or falsifiability that to speak of belief or unbelief, faith or unfaith, is logically impossible.”

— A.J. Ayer Read on…

Humanist Values- Observation, experimentation, and rational analysis

When Humanists last endeavored to define themselves, the did it in the Humanist Manifest III, released in 2003. It is not so much a statement of what is wrong with the world, as was much of the first two Manifestos, but a statement of what could be right. There is so much in the world that is negative; it can mire one in society‚Äôs mud. And examination of the basic principles of humanism should be a positive experience, one that I need. Read on…