Category: editorial

EDITORIAL: More Dubious Ideas

EDITORIAL: More Dubious Ideas

For the second issue in a row we are examining the odd persistence of questionable ideas. Why? I guess because there are so many of them. [...]
Humanist Perspectives Short Submission Contest 221

Humanist Perspectives Short Submission Contest 221

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EDITORIAL: The Strange Persistence of Dubious Ideas

EDITORIAL: The Strange Persistence of Dubious Ideas

The best estimate is that something close to 200,000 needless deaths have occurred as a result of what is politely called “vaccine hesitancy,” while, [...]
Humanist Perspectives Short Submission Contest 220

Humanist Perspectives Short Submission Contest 220

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Editorial: When Principles are in Conflict

Editorial: When Principles are in Conflict

Simply “acting on principle” is not good enough. Simply demanding “freedom” is not good enough. It is not even good. [...]
EDITORIAL: A Prescription for Dealing with the Pandemic: Less Fear, More Reason

EDITORIAL: A Prescription for Dealing with the Pandemic: Less Fear, More Reason

The lockdowns and vaccine mandates imposed in response to the pandemic are ineffective and an infringement of our Charter rights, Madeline Weld argues [...]
Humanist Perspectives Short Submission Contest 219

Humanist Perspectives Short Submission Contest 219

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Editorial: Why I Am a Humanist

Editorial: Why I Am a Humanist

What do we mean when we identify ourselves as humanists? HP Editor Gary Bauslaugh writes his answer to this question, as does Elka Enola of the Humani [...]
EDITORIAL: Contrition and Cancel Culture

EDITORIAL: Contrition and Cancel Culture

Late in May, an estimated 215 unmarked graves were reported to have been found through ground-penetrating radar on the premises of a former residentia [...]
EDITORIAL: The Abuse of Power (2)

EDITORIAL: The Abuse of Power (2)

The common saying that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely has never struck me as quite right. Certainly we see the corrupt employme [...]
Editorial: Black Lives Madness

Editorial: Black Lives Madness

Mobs toppling statues, attacking police, looting and burning buildings, terrorizing citizens in their homes and violently occupying a section of Seatt [...]
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