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October 06, 2004

Jacoby on Scalia and secularism

Susan Jacoby has an excellent essay on the Council for Secular Humanism website: Reason Embattled.

I especially like this quote:

To make an effective case to their fellow Americans, secular humanists must reclaim the language of passion and emotion from the religiously correct. The revitalization of American secularism in the twenty-first century depends upon its ability to convey the passions of humanism as Ingersoll did in the nineteenth, to move hearts as well as to change minds.


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