secular humanism

NOUN
  1. the doctrine emphasizing a person's capacity for self-realization through reason; rejects religion and the supernatural
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How To Use secular humanism In A Sentence

  • The problem of wife abuse is not one of feminism, secular humanism or a lack of headship in the home.
  • The Christian Right are critical of secular humanism and liberal tolerance in religious matters.
  • Secular Humanism has emerged as the dominant faith of the elite.
  • Ferry's perspective is one of secular humanism. The Times Literary Supplement
  • And it -- also, it sounds kind of culty, and there is no -- it ` s not like there ` s a body of doctrine somewhere that ` s secular humanism. Politics: Observations and Arguments, 1966-2004
  • Ferry's perspective is one of secular humanism. The Times Literary Supplement
  • I'm really happy to be a voice for secular humanism. Times, Sunday Times
  • For secular humanism, this should be a wake-up call, and a reminder of the days when humanist organisations fought for the right to publish uncensored information in the public interest.
  • By this I mean the secular humanism that has allowed the flowering of civil society in the West.
  • Perhaps that's secular humanism for you. Times, Sunday Times
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