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Atheist school's values & ethics

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Re: Atheist school's values & ethics

#301 Postby coffee » April 3rd, 2017, 4:11 pm

Latest post of the previous page:

Just want to stick these value lists here so that I can find them again next time


http://mindfulneeds.com/Universal-Needs.pdf

http://www.nycnvc.org/needs/

http://www.nycnvc.org/feelings/

http://www.emotionalcompetency.com/values.htm

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Re: Atheist school's values & ethics

#302 Postby coffee » May 4th, 2017, 9:51 am


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Re: Atheist school's values & ethics

#303 Postby coffee » May 22nd, 2017, 2:53 am

Twelve Principles Of Humanism

https://www.humanistcanada.ca/about/humanism

1 Humanism aims at the full development of every human being.

2 Humanists uphold the broadest application of democratic principles in all human relationships.

3 Humanists advocate the use of the scientific method, both as a guide to distinguish fact from fiction and to help develop beneficial and creative uses of science and technology.

4 Humanists affirm the dignity of every person and the right of the individual to maximum possible freedom compatible with the rights of others.

5 Humanists acknowledge human interdependence, the need for mutual respect and the kinship of all humanity.

6 Humanists call for the continued improvement of society so that no one may be deprived of the basic necessities of life, and for institutions and conditions to provide every person with opportunities for developing their full potential.

7 Humanists support the development and extension of fundamental human freedoms, as expressed in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and supplemented by UN International Covenants comprising the United Nations Bill of Human Rights.

8 Humanists advocate peaceful resolution of conflicts between individuals, groups, and nations.

9 The humanist ethic encourages development of the positive potentialities in human nature, and approves conduct based on a sense of responsibility to oneself and to all other persons.

10 Humanists reject beliefs held in absence of verifiable evidence, such as beliefs based solely on dogma, revelation, mysticism or appeals to the supernatural.

11 Humanists affirm that individual and social problems can only be resolved by means of human reason, intelligent effort, critical thinking joined with compassion and a spirit of empathy for all living beings.

12 Humanists affirm that human beings are completely a part of nature, and that our survival is dependent upon a healthy planet that provides us and all other forms of life with a life-supporting environment.

General information on Humanism from Wikipedia.


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