Graham Bell, a retired physics teacher and a long-standing member of CLHG, will be looking at the problems posed when either Humanism in principle or humanists in practice are viewed from a variety of perspectives - from atheist activism, organised religion, evolutionary science, philosophical socialism and from politics based on neoliberal economics. In particular, he questions whether Humanism can ultimately be effective if it does not take on board at least some political issues. What are the problems of putting Humanism into practice?
Doors at 6.30 pm for talk at 7.00 pm
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