Why are you a member of a (secular) humanist organization?
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16-04-2015, 11:12 AM
RE: Why are you a member of a (secular) humanist organization?
(15-04-2015 05:52 PM)Peebothuhul Wrote:  Because four or so times a year the local 'Skeptics' group puts on a good spread at a sports club and the guest speakers they encourage to give a talk are entertaining/educational.

Plus, the 'Magician's night' they have once a year is always awesome.

Much cheers to all.

Skeptic != Humanist

From what I understand self-identified skeptic groups tend to be rather different from self-identified secular humanist groups.

"Examine the religious principles, which have, in fact, prevailed in the world. You will scarcely be persuaded, that they are any thing but sick men's dreams." - David Hume
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16-04-2015, 03:32 PM
RE: Why are you a member of a (secular) humanist organization?
(16-04-2015 11:12 AM)Loki Wrote:  Skeptic != Humanist

From what I understand self-identified skeptic groups tend to be rather different from self-identified secular humanist groups.

True to one part of your comment.

The gathering attracts a whole conference room of peoples, though. So there;s bound to be a whole shed load of differences between how people view the world as their having a nosh and listening to something interesting. Smile

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28-04-2015, 03:57 PM
RE: Why are you a member of a (secular) humanist organization?
Say what?

Organized humanism is still confusing as eff.

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