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The Humanist Association of San Diego

Humanism in San Diego Since 1970

Welcome to the Meetup page for the Humanist Association of San Diego. "Humanism is a progressive philosophy of life that, without supernaturalism, affirms our ability and responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good of Humanity" (Humanist Manifesto III).

The Humanist Association has been meeting since 1970 to foster Humanist community, advocate civil rights and the humanist philosophy, promote critical thought and science education, and to work to become better people in the process.

Each month we get together to discuss current events, hold workshops on ethics, investigate the history of humanism and freethought, offer a monthly lecture and speaker series, perform service in our community, and go for hikes and enjoy other outdoor activities. We also put on plays, host traveling lecturers, and put on a regular regional conference.

Lastly, who are Humanists? We are people of good will pursuing being citizens in the human race to the utmost of our abilities. We celebrate the human potential to do such good, the capacity of the human mind to create great works of art and thought. We cherish the efficacy in cooperation to make this world a better place in the here and now with an eye on the future.

Not all Humanists are Atheists, and not all Atheists are Humanists, though a lot of us are in both camps. At its core, Humanists find the God question irrelevant in terms of morality and ethics. Humanism is more than an ontological statement, but a progressive philosophy that strives to make this one life a wonderful and fulfilling event for all whom live it.

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Recent Meetups

  • September 23 · 10:00 AM

    Coffee on the Harbor

    3 Humanists & Free Thinkers

    Have a coffee, morning beer or mimosa, tasty food or just come for the company at this hidden marina cafe on Mission Bay. We will be sitting outside on a covered patio... Learn more

  • July 29 · 5:00 PM

    Post Broadway Gala

    4 Humanists & Free Thinkers

    Okay, so not a real gala, but a laid-back gathering of humanists and freethinkers at The Local, a casual downtown eatery and drinking hole. Some will be coming from The... Learn more

  • July 29 · 2:00 PM

    Broadway's The Book of Mormon

    6 Humanists & Free Thinkers

    Let's go see Broadway's The Book of Mormon in downtown San Diego! It's a Tony Award winning comedy following missionaries spreading the Good Word. It is hailed as "The... Learn more

  • July 23 · 1:00 PM

    Humanist Community Picnic & Celebrating Mickey's Birthday

    5 Humanists & Free Thinkers

    We haven't had a lot of social events lately. Let's change that with a picnic. It's also Mickey's birthday the next day. Mickey has been one of our groups leaders for... Learn more

  • July 8 · 7:00 PM

    Coffee & Conversation

    3 Humanists & Free Thinkers

    We are doing a regular round of good old fashioned CnC tonight

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  • Jason Frye founded Humanist Association of San Diego's Meetup Group

    on September 14

Founded Sep 14, 2007

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