Humanism is commonly understood as an ethical way of life, based on reason and experience, rather than by religious doctrine. However, a person’s experience and reality can be very different from another’s. This casual and interactive workshop aims to explore the following questions: What is humanism and what is it not? Why are we humanists? What does it mean to be a humanist? In what ways do humanism touch our lives? What do Humanists as a community ought to do?
The first humanism workshop in Singapore
1 January, 2010 by