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Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138

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SimplyPhilosophy
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25 Quincy St
Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138
United States
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02138

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2011
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Always Open

About SimplyPhilosophy

Humanism Philosophy is a system of beliefs that regarding the uniqueness of each individual, and the need for human freedom. It considers human beings as a part of the natural world and not separate from it. It is an ethical philosophy which holds the human person to be the centre of the universe. Humanism is a way of life founded on respect for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It also believes in the inherent dignity of each individual and the necessity of individual rights.

Ethical philosophy has always had a dual emphasis and relevance on its foundations. The first basis of the Humanism philosophy is the belief that the word of God, in the form of the Bible, is the inerrant word of an infallible source. The second is the belief that humans have free will and therefore their actions are guided by reasons and are therefore morally defensible. For instance, Humanism Philosophy would say that there is no valid reason to be afraid when you are going out on a date with your girlfriend; rather it is possible that you may meet someone special.

Humanism has three characteristics. It is a positive philosophy which sees religion as a means of controlling individuals rather than understanding their individuality. Humanism Philosophies views human beings as a vital part of the natural world and not as separate from it. It holds that human beings are born in a state of nature but then need some guidance so that they can reach enlightenment. Humanism Philosophy teaches that a person's worth is limited by what the other person considers to be of value to them.
 

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