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Jen Hancock's Handy Humanism Handbook Paperback – August 5, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
Succinct, easily digestible, and quite thought provoking. I definitely recommend this quick primer to anyone who knows they are compassionate and moral, but who hasn't found a place in religion.
I think this is the book I will give to family or friends who are curious about my beliefs and philosophy. Of the dozens of excellent books on the topic, this seems the least painful way to give them the key points. They can always read further if they become interested.
I would recommend this book to any thinking adult, willing and able to understand an ethical system based upon compassion, and not the ancient writings of some religious text or other.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Clear, precise talk on defining humanism without disrespecting other beliefs. Liked the short history and clarification of humanist principles. Highly recommend.Published 13 months ago by C. Abernathy
I am first starting to read about Humanism, the book was clear. I will read more.Published 20 months ago by Stuart Kolbert
Good overview with a list of further reading that's just as valuable.Published 20 months ago by Robert Francis
I found it to be a concise discourse on humanism and how people live it in day-to-day life.Published 21 months ago by L. Lieng "Lauren"