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Stimulated Economy High above and in between the tropics on the darker continents ignored or mostly ignored in the places where the latte’s poured, the coffee cherries, picked and sorted, prepped to dry, lie on... Read More
BY R. LAURENCE MOORE AND ISAAC KRAMNICK W. W. NORTON & COMPANY, 2018 256 PP.; $26.95 The narrative of history has not been a pretty one for atheists. One doesn’t have to flip back the... Read More
BY JOHN GRAY FARRAR, STRAUS AND GIROUX, 2018 176 PP.; $25.00 The philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein contended that religion has no single essence and that religions are best understood as extended families, in the sense that... Read More
BY CHARLES MURN HUMANIST PRESS, 2018 450 PP.; $25.00 Charles Murn’s new collection, The Best of The Humanist: Humanist Philosophy 1928-1973, is a great resource for all humanists. Many of us cherish George Santayana’s 1918... Read More
BY DAN BROWN ANCHOR, 2018 656 PP.; $9.99 Dan Brown has written a succession of enormously successful thrillers, including The Da Vinci Code and others in the Robert Langdon series. You find them in airport... Read More
The fantasy genre in general and the urban fantasy subgenre especially are chock full of humanistic themes and values that will attract and entertain humanists of all ages. Priorities like caring about human beings more... Read More