This book is for the average human, regardless of his, her or ze name, who wants to learn more about Humanism.
This is a book that basically says – here are personal ethics, here is why they are important, and here is how you can apply them to your daily life and why doing so will help you live a happier more productive life. Great for parents to use to help talk to their kids about why ethics are important and how to integrate ethics into their decision making.
Jennifer Hancock’s book – The Humanist Approach to Happiness – has been translated into the following languages. Spanish, Italian and Swahili
This course is free available as a streaming video playlist on YouTube
This book discusses how Humanists approach the important business of living a life that is fully realized and understanding what success really means. It is designed to help you think more explicitly about how to live your values fully, using critical thinking to improve your odds of success and to remove the fears that overwhelm you.
This streaming video on applied humanism discusses a humanistic approach to the important business of living a life that is fully realized, to help you not only understand what success really means but how to achieve it. Learn how to stay focused and not give up when you hit a roadblock on your road to success! Taught by Jennifer Hancock, founder of Humanist Learning Systems.
Wonderful book by Dr. Ramendra on ethics – easy to read, really thought provoking. One of Jennifer’s favorite books about Humanism.
A brilliant down-to-earth guide to the Humanist philosophy. This is an older book, but still a classic.
Renowned philosopher and activist Corliss Lamont offers a vigorous argument for humanism and provides an affirmative, intelligent guidebook for shaping a better life in today’s complex world.
A book from famed Humanist Edward Said – focuses on the intersection of philosophic Humanism and the necessity of a humanities education that is global in nature.
Wonderful book by Helen Bennett – designed to help guide kids through a discussion about the philosophy of humanism, tolerance and different beliefs. It is laid out as a dialogue between a teacher and her students.