Humanist groups and other humanist sites. Most organizations listed are associated with the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU). Humanist groups associated with the Humanist Movement (Siloist) are listed in a subcategory of their own, and are not associated with the IHEU. Theistic and Christian humanists have their own categories. Explicitly religious humanist and explicitly secular humanist sites should be put in the appropriate subcategory.
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Corliss Lamont Website
Information on one of the leading intellectual and activist humanists of the 20th century, Corliss Lamont. Includes a PDF version of the 8th edition of his book, Philosophy of Humanism.
Humanism and Atheism blog and news focusing on politics, religion, and secularism.
Humanism and the Humanist Manifestos
From an interfaith organization, information on the Humanist Manifestos of the 1930s and 1970s.
Humanist Institute, The
Training and education for humanist leadership though a three-year program of intensive reading and reflection, and annual seminars, leading to a Graduate Certificate in Humanist Leadership
What is Humanism?
An article by Fred Edwords of the American Humanist Association discussion the various definitions and types of Humanism
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