16 January 2012

Humanaturalism is Back

Well, that was a bust. So much for the term panaturalism, which did not catch on at all, and I probably lost what little readership I had here. So "Humanaturalism" is back to stay. Besides, I have been reading more humanist literature recently, notably Greg Epstein's "Good Without God" and it has persuaded me I am really more of a humanist than I ever thought previously. Epstein explains that "humanism" does not imply a total focus on humanity at the expense of life and the web of nature of which humans are a part. And he advocates a "big tent" openness to all "lifestances," both religious and secular.

More soon, I hope...

1 comment:

blueskyartist said...

Humanaturalism...I like it!