Humanism as a movement arose with the Renaissance. It took powerful expression with the Enlightenment, and deeply influenced the founding of the United States. But now "secular humanism" is widely decried and even derided. What was Humanism, and what has it become? In an age of appreciating the interconnectedness of all nature, is the Humanist enterprise out of date? John and Ken are joined by Jennifer Bardi, editor of The Humanist magazine, for a program recorded live at the American Humanist Association conference in San Jose, California.
Jennifer Bardi, Editor, The Humanist
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