Agenticity, Patternicity, Belief

  Historically, humanity has had a very slim understanding of its position in the universe. Ideas and thoughts were limited mostly to the immediately observable, and the ways we used to explain things was confined to this observable universe. A consequence of this limited understanding was a propensity to explain away things and situations in the most convenient way available, and often by the use of “agency”, or...

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Methodological Humanism – Beyond Belief and Disbelief

  Methodological humanism is an attempt to promoteĀ  true humanist cause beyond the various tenets of belief, and the ideas of non-belief, to create a platform from which we can all operate for the betterment of ourselves and the planet, regardless of our standpoints on religion. The main aim of methodological humanism is to create a society where we can all thrive; This is above and beyond the idea of well-being or simply surviving. As I...

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Feminism and Humanism

  As I touched on in my recent article “Methodological Humanism“, there are many aspects within the humanist stance which should be included within the this humanist label. The idea of “well-being” is not something that should only be enjoyed by those fortunate enough to have been born in western cultures, or male white middle-class heterosexuals. To make such a claim would be ludicrous, for that would be an...

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