This seminal article describes the imminent government of our species, demonstrating our hidden process of returning to villages that answer to nobody and everyone.
It stops short of discussing the hegemony of the UN, but that is a separate awakening for we killer apes.
Kudos to The Atlantic magazine for a truth that may now speak its name.
- Chinese Premier May Help Confucianism and Humanism Merge
- Collapsing Empires Through Devolution
- Will Ebola Rescue the Planet?
- Our Species Singularity
- Humanism – a history of the hijacked Credo of our species
- Humanism – the Forgotten and Future Bond of Humanity
- A Post-Secular Humanist Manifesto
- UN proposes bullion coins as a world currency
- Chomsky: The U.S. behaves nothing like a democracy
- Did the Fascists Actually Win WWII?
Confucianism and Humanism are overlapping credos that reinforce and supplement each other. Together they could build into the youth of our species the character both revere.
”Individual selection is responsible for much of what we call sin, while group selection is responsible for the greater part of virtue.” Wilson is easily the greatest thinker of our age, an invaluable successor to Darwin.
“Biologist Edward O. Wilson, considered to be one of the world’s greatest living scientists, argues for the fundamental unity of all knowledge and the need to search for consilience–the proof that everything in our world is organized in terms of a small number of fundamental natural laws that comprise the principles underlying every branch of learning.
A large standing military, a large contractor base, and its widespread congressional patronage network cannot survive without war or the threat of war to lubricate the continuing money flow it requires.
”I regard the use of the term “humanism” to mean secular humanism or atheism to be one of the greatest tragedies of twentieth century movementology, perpetrated by second-class minds and perpetuated by third-class polemicists and village atheists.” (R. Joseph Hoffmann)
A single social program is transforming how countries all over the world help their poor.
The Sunflower is a prime example of humanist advocacy that we can support unequivocally, and point to as our own policy.
The Singularity is here, and it’s not about artificial intelligence. It’s about our species’ character in the face of impending extinction.
( By Robert Grudin) “Humanitas meant the development of human virtue, in all its forms, to its fullest extent. The term thus implied not only such qualities as are associated with the modern word humanity—understanding, benevolence, compassion, mercy—but also such more aggressive characteristics as fortitude, judgment, prudence, eloquence, and even love of honour.
This is a definitive article by a profound scholar, R. Joseph Hoffmann, written when the “brights” really thought they were. Humanists, that is.
It’s one thing to know we live in a military plutocracy. When we tolerate it, year in, year out, we invite desperate times.
The absence of a responsible press in the West is unforgivable, and now the Internet is gone too . Sorry, but this is what fascism looks like.
No major broadcast network has made even passing mention of a treaty that curtails trafficking to war-torn nations.
“The UN was not created to take humanity to heaven but to save it from hell.”- Former United Nations Sec’y-General Dag Hammarskjold.
The struggle for the governance of our species is becoming more explicit.
The Security Council’s hijacking of our species’ governance, to protect their own interests and war criminals.
A strengthened United Nations where all voices, including those of citizens directly, is imperative and overdue.
An estimated 70 million people live in a 100 mile “shanty-city” from Lagos to Ibadan, Nigeria. If the human population is a cancer for Mother Earth, then pandemic(s) are the classical cure.
Humanism is a celebration of the incandescent miracle – Life. Can humanists embrace their legacy, born of Confucianism and Buddhism, brought through the Renaissance as Humanism?
“Supplementing the dollar with a bullion currency would solve some of the problems related to the potential of countries running large deficits and would help stability,”
This year’s session has produced a major surprise. AWB proposes that all trade in wildlife across national borders should be prohibited, endangered or not.
“It’s been a wonderful experience.” observes Martin McGlade, who convinced his local Humanist chapter that they had much to learn from traditional religion.