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Humanist Society of the Suncoast


 Humanist Economics


When it comes to the question of how we should live, the science of political economy is our principle source of information and also the source of a great deal of the controversy that rages on around us.  From the perspective of a Humanist outlook, these practical issues are weighted with questions about fairness, decency, rights, social and individual responsibility, the historical evolution of society, and an objective assessment of the nature of our species.

     We invite you to weigh in with Ron Frase, Glenn Paul, and others from the roster of our deep thinkers to question , analyze and offer solutions for the enduring  puzzle of how to create the fair, equitable, and reasonable society that will assure the optimal outcome for our species, while preserving the environmental and resource basis of our existence.  Please think about some of the issues involved, and participate (or just audit, if you must) what should be a lively conversation about our most enduring problem.


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  • Jim P.

    Good intelligent discussion with a very sensitive and experienced group.

    1 · May 5, 2013

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