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Embracing the Power of Humanism

Paul Kurtz - Philosophy - 2000 - 227 pages
Paul Kurtz argues that it is possible for rationalists and free thinkers to lead exemplary lives.
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Sidney Hook: Philosopher of Democracy and Humanism

Paul Kurtz - Philosophy - 1983 - 360 pages
Sidney Hook is considered by many to be America's most influential philosopher today. An earlier defender of Marxism, he became its most persistent critic, especially of its ...
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Challenges to the Enlightenment: In Defense of Reason and Science

Paul Kurtz - Philosophy - 1994 - 319 pages
The Enlightenment was an intellectual movement which began in seventeenth century Europe and espoused an optimistic project: an end to human ignorance and the slavish adherence ...
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Philosophical essays in pragmatic naturalism

Paul Kurtz - Philosophy - 1990 - 265 pages
Two dominant schools have emerged in twentieth-century American philosophy: scientific naturalism and pragmatism. In this vibrant collection of hard-to-find essays, articles ...
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The fullness of life

Paul Kurtz - Philosophy - 1974 - 216 pages
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Exuberant Skepticism

Paul Kurtz - Philosophy - 2010
For more than three decades, philosopher Paul Kurtz has been a strong advocate of skepticism, not only as a philosophical position, but also as a fulfilling way of life ...
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Humanist manifestos I and II

Paul Kurtz - Philosophy - 1973 - 31 pages
Summarizes humanist views on the meaning of life, civil liberties, suicide, abortion, divorce, euthanasia, sexual freedom, ecological and economic planning, and the world community
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