Humanism Today: Volume Four

volume-4Humanism Today, The Journal of the North American Committee for Humanism and its subsidiary, The Humanist Institute, began publishing articles by humanist scholars in 1985 and became the product of a think tank for the annual focus of the Institute’s adjunct faculty. The final volume, Bioethics, appeared in 2006. Articles from volumes 1-13 are online.

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Humanism Today: Volume Four

Rethinking Humanism: History, Philosophy, Science
Published: 1988

Table of Contents

  1. Humanism and the Tradition of Dissent, Edward L. Ericson
  2. The Human Dimensions of Twentieth Century Physics, Jane F. Koretz
  3. The Riddle of Human Evil: Toward a New Theodicy, Khoren Arisian
  4. Ethical Issues in Technology, Vern Bullough
  5. Humanism and Human Nature; Recovering the Individual, Harvey B. Sarles
  6. Companionship (A Metaphor for Humanism), Howard B. Radest
  7. Biogenesis, Lawrence Levine
  8. Person-Centered Learning, Roy R. Fairfield
  9. New Questions from the New Biology, Jane F. Koretz
  10. Humanists and Their Values, Robert B. Tapp
  11. Humanism and Freedom, Sherwin T. Wine
  12. Euthanasia, Gerald A. Larue