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"[An] eloquent call for 'humanist eupraxsophy,' a 'practical moral' system based on empathy and scientific knowledge. . . . With vigor and conviction, Kurtz lays out his vision of a civilization grounded in reality and compassion...his final work will give thoughtful readers plenty to think about."
“Paul Kurtz was a voice for a humane secularism before ‘the new atheism’ became fashionable, and his body of writings constitutes an articulate positive vision of what makes life meaningful, purposive, and worth living. We are lucky that he left us with this highly creative summation of his vision, filled with insights and bits of wisdom.”
New York Times bestselling author of The Better Angels of Our Nature
Lets start with style, this book was writing in an arrogant condescending style. It sounds like a college professor who knows he has a captive audience that must regurgitate his... Read morePublished on June 5, 2013 by Ralph S. Peterson
Paul Kurtz was a great humanist, all his works are full of erudition and wisdom. His latest book is the culmination of a dignified and meaningful life. We will miss him deeply! Read morePublished on June 1, 2013 by Raúl Marcano