The New York Society for Ethical Culture was proud to host a free symposium on September 6 and 7 bringing together scholars from the University of Humanistic Studies in Utrecht, Netherlands, and across the U.S. to explore our different approaches to Humanism. Leader Dr. Anne Klaeysen moderated.
A recording of each talk is available below. Dr. Monica R. Miller’s presentation, “How Does it Feel to be a God? The Divine Rhetoric of Making Black Knowledge Borne” could not be recorded, since its contents will appear in a forthcoming book.
Peter Derkx: Humanism and Aging
Anjan Chakravartty: Humanism, Science, Skepticism, and the Common Good
Anja Machielse: Humanism and Social Resilience
Philip Kitcher: Religious Progress/Humanist Hope
Marieke van den Doel: Textual and Visual Humanism in the Italian Renaissance: The Collaboration Between Artists and Humanists in the 15th and 16th Centuries
Joachim Duyndam: Humanism and Moral Resilience
Anne Klaeysen: Ethical Culture, a Non-Theistic and Humanist Religion of Ethics