Andrew Norman

Andrew Norman teaches philosophy at Carnegie Mellon University and writes and speaks about the philosophical foundations of humanism. His work has appeared in Free Inquiry, The Philosophical Quarterly, History and Theory, and at TheHumanist.com. His model of the “reason-giving game” inspired the popular educational computer game Socrates Jones: Pro Philosopher.

Posts by Andrew Norman

Getting Humanism Right-Side Up

WHAT IS HUMANISM? Some say it’s a godless worldview, a philosophy free of supernaturalism. But humanism is both more and less than that. More,... Read More

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