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About Humanist Perspectives

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About Humanist Perspectives A Canadian Journal of Humanism Humanist Perspectives seeks to promote the idea that human problems can best be solved by human beings, by relying on our intellect [...]
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EDITORIAL: A Fragile Tapestry

EDITORIAL: A Fragile Tapestry

SHARE ON When I think thus of the law, I see a princess mightier than she who once wrought at Bayeux, eternally weaving into her web dim figures of the ever-lengthening past—figures to [...]
The Cubist Othello

The Cubist Othello

SHARE ON In yet another example of Shakespeare transcending his time, Othello may be the first major work of Cubism. The 1604 play’s form is based upon the collision of multiple perspe [...]
Power makes the world go round

Power makes the world go round

SHARE ON “O, it is excellent to have a giant’s strength, but it is tyrannous to use it like a giant.” ― William Shakespeare, Measure for Measure By the powers that be. For [...]
Do Dogs Have Souls?

Do Dogs Have Souls?

SHARE ON Can a dog have a soul? From Simon of Syracuse to John Ralston Saul, philosophers have pondered this question. Simon said they unquestionably do have souls; Ralston Saul is doubtful. [...]
The Somalia Affair

The Somalia Affair

SHARE ON The Somalia Affair began as a scandal within the military, but eventually involved all of the “estates” of the Canadian establishment – the executive and legislati [...]
Believing Women

Believing Women

SHARE ON When philosophers discuss belief, it is often in connection with accounts of knowledge. They consider distinctions between believing a statement and knowing it to be true. In some c [...]
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