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The Northfield Humanist Roundtable is a discussion group which addresses the history, philosophy, and practical application of secular humanism. Monthly meetings use a discussion format with a brief introduction followed by questions which each participant may respond to in turn. We host a variety of other events as well, and members are encouraged to suggest their own ideas.

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Recent Meetups

  • November 20 · 10:00 AM

    Faith Enterprise

    5 Humanists

    For our November meeting, we’ll look at several passages from "Faith Enterprise," written by our longtime member Richard Maus. "Faith Enterprise" covers such topics as... Learn more

  • October 23 · 10:00 AM

    Spinoza and Pantheism

    6 Humanists

    Baruch Spinoza [masked]) is considered one of the most original and influential philosophers of the Western world. In his most important work, "Ethics," he argues that... Learn more

  • September 25 · 10:00 AM

    Existentialism is a Humanism

    4 Humanists

    Jean-Paul Sartre, a professor of philosophy at La Havre and several other French lycées, was one of the most important figures in atheist existentialism. In his 1946... Learn more

  • August 28 · 10:00 AM

    Heaven on Earth: The Story of the Oneida Community

    5 Humanists

    The Oneida Community was a communal society in which all property was jointly owned and all adults were considered to be married to each other. In operation from 1848 to... Learn more

  • July 24 · 10:00 AM

    Shock and Awe: Osama bin Laden in His Own Words

    3 Humanists

    In contrast to his reputation in the West, in the Middle East Osama bin Laden was widely respected for his eloquence, scholorship, and forthrightness, even by people who... Learn more

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