About this book series

Although numerous scholars and activists have written academic and popular texts meant to unpack and advocate for humanism and atheism as life orientations, what is needed at this point is clear and consistent attention to the various dimensions of humanist and atheists thought and practice.  This is the type of focused agenda that this book series makes possible.  Committed to discussions that include but extend well beyond the United States, books in the series—meant for specialists and a general readership—offer new approaches to and innovative discussions of humanism and atheism that take into consideration the socio-cultural, political, economic, and religious dynamics informing life in the twenty-first century.  
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  • Anthony B. Pinn,
  • Jürgen Manemann

Book titles in this series

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