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Baier, Annette, Postures of the Mind, University of Minnesota Press, 1984, pp. 147, 293.

Dresden, S., Humanism in the Renaissance, translated by Margaret King, World University Library, 1968, p. 11.

Edwords, Fredrick, "The Humanist Philosophy in Perspective," in the Humanist, American Humanist Association, January-February 1984.

Fowler, Jeaneane, Humanism: Beliefs and Practices, Sussex Academic Press, 1999, p. 33.

Ingersoll, Robert Green, "A Humanist Credo," in Humanist Anthology from Confucius to Attenborough, edited by Margaret Knight, Prometheus Books, 1995, pp. 117.

Kurtz, Paul, Humanist Manifesto I and II, Prometheus Books, 1973.

Lamont, Corliss, The Philosophy of Humanism, 7th ed., Continuum Publishing Company, 1990, pp. 12, 42.

Paine, Thomas, "Revealed Religion and Morality," in Humanist Anthology from Confucius to Attenborough, edited by Margaret Knight, Prometheus Books, 1995, p. 75.

Radest, Howard B., The Devil and Secular Humanism: The Children of the Enlightenment, Praeger, 1990, p. 31.

Rorty, Richard, Philosophy and Social Hope, Penguin Putnam, 1999.

Werner, Michael, "Humanism and Beyond the Truth," in Humanism Today, Vol. 13: Beyond Reason?: Essays from the...

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