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Humanism Study Group - How Humanists Should Organize

  • Mar 24, 2014 · 6:30 PM
  • Private Residence

Humanist Study Group - How Humanists Should Organize

We are discussing specific topics of special interest to humanists.  This time we will continue discussing how humanists should organize - what sort of meeting we should have.  Should be have music?  Should we have a weekly "sermon" or a Sunday school for the irreligious?  Should we emphasize science?

The organizer has some written material that he can send to you, so if want to get some starting info, send an email to [masked] or through this meetup page to request it.  Feel free to suggest materials for study via comments or discussion posts.  Ideas for future topics will be appreciated as well.

This group is devoted to the study of humanism and related topics including the sources of human ethics and morality, how the brain works, anthropology and sociology.

We meet at a private residence in an apartment complex, so do not park in spaces with numbers on then. Best parking, is the parking row near the tennis courts, but any parking space not numbered will work. The apartment is located off of a sidewalk behind the southern tier of buildings.

This is a potluck, so bring some food, snacks or drinks to share!

If you would like to suggest a topic or be put on an email distribution list and from time to time receive resource materials and reminders, send an email request to [masked] - PLEASE SPECIFY that you want on the Humanist Study Group list!

Also, note that many participants in this group do not reserve through this Meetup site. We generally have a pretty good group, so do not be dissuaded from attending if only a few have signed up here!

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