An Introduction to Humanism

Dawkins, Grayling, Minchin, Copson, Toynbee, Hasan, Pullman, Margolis. Humanism is sometimes mistaken for a form of religion, or something which is very complex. Here, some well known humanists explain that all humanism really is, is people wanting to live ethical and happy lives, thinking for themselves, without religion imposing its own morals on them which are not necessarily compatible with living ethically today.