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The Meaning of the Creative Act (Paperback) - Common

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Humanism began to spread within (and beyond) the Unitarian denomination as well as to other liberal religious groups. I can only hope one day people will realise that we aren’t equal and stop hammering on about the sexism in language et cetera. An incomplete guide to the WSU collection is available on-line, and complete guides are available from MHI. The Pharisees were devoted to study of the Torah and education for all. The assault upon the Church by the humanists, which resulted in the partial capture of Latin Christianity, was ably directed. … Cited from De Orbe Novo, Volume 1 (of 2), Trans. by Francis Augustus MacNutt His works are not limited to education but deal with a wide range of subjects including philosophy, psychology, politics, social reform and religion.

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The Individual without Passions: Modern Individualism and

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Sub-categories of this type include Christian Humanism and Modern Humanism. After the death of an organism, this combination disintegrated into elements that then combined with corresponding types of atoms in inanimate nature.. But for more revolutionary thinkers as diverse as Giordano Bruno and Francisco Suárez, humanism offered an opportunity to incorporate modern developments along with classical elements in entirely new systems of metaphysical knowledge.

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The Faculties: A History (OXFORD PHILOSOPHICAL CONCEPTS)

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The visit of Emperor Haile Selassie to Kingston in 1966 gave the Rastafarians unprecedented publicity and created a sustained national and international interest in the movement. Decrying irrationalism, it fails to recognize that it thereby condemns its own child. But then the person on the phone said, "I can also give you the names of midwives who do homebirths." Dangers, as well as benefits, are of concern to the transhumanist movement.

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The I in We: Studies in the Theory of Recognition

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For those who have wondered whether the integration of secular psychotherapy with the revelation of God in the Bible is possible--here is your answer." - Dr. For nearly two thousand years, Christians have pondered the end-time prophecy’s of the New Testament, and especially the revelation of John. To start off, the dove as a peace symbol comes from the most violent, horrific event in the entire Bible.

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Ancient Philosophy of the Self (The New Synthese Historical

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Only a Humanist can suggest that, even if there be a god, it is OK to disagree with him, her, or it. It was written primary by Sellers a University of Michigan philosopher. It is a myth that tattooing was revived after James Cook’s three expeditions in the South Pacific. He's 92, a thorough humanist, and a true prince among men. Strengthening one faculty was believed to benefit other faculties as well (transfer of training). Likewise, the wonderful environment we have, ideal for our requirements, was also formed, which we can use and enjoy forever if we do it wisely.

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Human Evolution

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Beyond the point at which the possibilities under consideration cease to affect my action, I ought to disinterest myself. Fearing the continuing loss to memory of “life’s grander motives and meanings,” most of the speech is a kind of vague and applied philosophical prescription for a society “drifting on the seething tide of business, each one absorbed in holding his own in the giddy race of competition.” (Much later, in Humanism as the Next Step, 1954, a similar sentiment would be articulated by Lloyd and Mary Morain, who, imagining a world transformed according to Humanist principles, envisioned that “The money god and rabid consumerism will have retreated and there will be general appreciation of that ideal whereby free time for creative expression or recreation is valued as highly as mere pieces of silver.”) Helping the poor to realize justice, Adler wrote in 1880 (Creed and Deed), is “the loftiest cause of the age.” In an article titled “The Aims of the Ethical Society” (The Ethical Record, Oct. 1889), he wrote: The Ethical Society is not a club of free-thinkers, having for their sole aim the emancipation of the multitude from superstition.

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Hakekat-Syareat Paradigm: The One Belongs to Measuring Up

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A Jew is "somebody born of a Jewish mother," he says. "If you’re born of a Jewish mother, you can become a raving atheist or a raving Buddhist, and it doesn’t make any difference, you’re still Jewish." Because we are fallible beings, the pursuit of critical thinking is a lifelong endeavor rather than some imagined static, objective mindset one can obtain. The consequence, from a humanist perspective, is that we have become spiritual barbarians in possession of tremendously powerful weapons and tools.

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Inhuman Thoughts: Philosophical Explorations of Posthumanity

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Instead of punishing the white rioters, UGA suspends Holmes and Hunter "for their own safety and the safety of other students." Liberal humanists state that the individual right needs to be protected and society should provide for the differences between people as long as ones individual actions do not result in harm to another. An explanation of existence requires knowledge of existence. Examples are the human potential and New Age movements, as well as the holistic medicine movement.

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Our Electric God

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As we build habits of value judgment through various practices, and find new perceptions of wise teachings through rituals designed to elicit epiphany and peak experience, our baseline responses will begin to shift. There is a need stop using non-uniformed security personnel on the street because people get confused and begin setting up vigilante bands themselves, not thinking about the need for neutrality on the part of all law enforcers.

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Whence, What, Where: A View of the Origin, Nature and

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Employing similar insights in reflection on the situations of ethnic and economic oppression, Sartre sought a way to derive political imperatives in the face of the groundlessness of moral values entailed by his view of the ideality of values. Paul Johnson agrees that Petrarch was "the first to put into words the notion that the centuries between the fall of Rome and the present had been the age of Darkness.” According to Petrarch, what was needed to remedy this situation was the careful study and imitation of the great classical authors.

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