1 edition of The scientist and the humanist found in the catalog.
The scientist and the humanist
Marti Hope Gonzales
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Marti Hope Gonzales, Carol Tavris, Joshua Aronson|
|Series||Modern pioneers in psychological science: an APS-Psychology Press series|
|LC Classifications||HM1031.A76 S35 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010011730|
The good book - a humanist Bible by a. C. Grayling. It has some extremely good parts and some parts that are very boring, but it's worth reading in many ways. level 1. bwc6. 5 points 1 year ago. The full title is Enlightenment Now: The case for reason, science, humanism and progress. And yet, in his upcoming book, "The Genealogical Adam & Eve," Swamidass makes an audacious claim: A de novo-created Adam and Eve could very well be universal human .
If science and morality instead begin to support the oppression, crippling, disfiguring and even extermination of living human beings, that is to say, if they are transformed not only into an antipode, but also a deadly enemy of humanism, for the Marxist this testifies above all to the inhuman, anti-humanist nature of that system of relations. At Harvard University, researchers recently confirmed that a book in their collection, Des Destinées de l’Âme (Destinies of the Soul) by Arsène Houssaye, is another example of anthropodermic bibliopegy. (That’s the scientific term for books bound in human leather.) What do we know about the history of the book?
Enlightenment Now (Paperback) The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress. By Steven Pinker. Penguin Books, , pp. Publication Date: Janu Other Editions of This Title. Mission Statements is the online publication of the American Humanist Association, providing daily news, opinion, and information. It applies humanism—a rational philosophy without theism or other supernatural beliefs that is informed by science, guided by reason, inspired by art, and motivated by compassion—to commentary on politics, science, technology, art, and culture.
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