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Guy Johnson - Limits of Humanism 

There's more than humanism just as there is more than any religion. The essence: Humans cannot be the ends, but they may indeed be the most superlative of known means.

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  • Adam G.

    A great talk on the tension between humanism and ethics, or really, on the limits of any ideology. Followup: Is ethical culture an ideology, or is it (as I would hope) an approach, a tool set, a frame work for asking questions that's more adaptable than any preexisting answers?

    Made me think: "We don't have a map but we have a light." Hmm.

    May 20, 2013

  • John T.

    Thought provolking approach to undrestinding reasoning, being openminded and productive.

    May 19, 2013

  • Trish T.

    ~Pot Luck Sunday~ Bring a dish or drink to share, or just bring yourself.

    May 16, 2013

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