George Dvorsky: “Post Atheism and 21st Century Humanism”
Hosted by CFI-Amherst"How Post-Atheism Will Redefine What it Means to Be A Humanist in The 21st Century"
Humanism and atheism have become virtually synonymous in recent years -- a troubling development that has resulted in the withering of humanistic values and the rise of an alienating militant atheism. As a consequence, secular humanism has stagnated, unable to evolve and legitimize itself in modern society.
Humanists have also failed to facilitate effective and sympathetic deconversion efforts among the religious, to artic
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GEORGE DVORSKY, Canadian futurist and ethicist, has written and spoken extensively about the impacts of cutting-edge science and technology—particularly as they pertain to the improvement of human performance and experience. He is the Chairman of the Board at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies and is the program director for the Rights of Non-Human Persons program. Dvorsky blogs at sentientdevelopments.com.