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INTERVIEW DR RODRIGUE TREMBLAY _ 10 HUMANIST PRINCIPLES

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Published on Apr 16, 2016

Interview with Dr Rodrigue Tremblay, author of more than 30 books. 'The Code for Global Ethics', his latest publication, confronts moral issues in a humanistic context.
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Website http://www.thecodeforglobalethics.com

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“This book represents a valuable and indispensable guide through the complexity of modern life and moral issues facing us every day. It offers a natural and far superior alternative to traditional religious moralities.”
—Marian Hillar, MD, PhD, professor of philosophy and religious studies, director of the Center for Philosophy and Socinian Studies, and author of The Case of Michael Servetus (1511–1553) and Michael Servetus: Intellectual Giant, Humanist, and Martyr

“Tremblay’s ten principles provide us with a rational jumping-off point toward a new society no longer exploited by the power elites of church, state, and business.”
—Victor J. Stenger, author of the New York Times bestseller God: The Failed Hypothesis

“Dr. Tremblay offers historical argument and proposals for integrating humanist philosophy into both our everyday lives and our social institutions. Policymakers and laypersons alike should heed his account of humanist principles, for in them lies a path to greater peace, tolerance, and societal progress.”
—David Koepsell, JD, PhD, former executive director of the Council for Secular Humanism and assistant professor of ethics at the Delft University of Technology


“Rodrigue Tremblay points out in The Code for Global Ethics that we need to abandon selective moralities . . . [and] move to a higher plane in which all members of the human family are treated equally as persons. . . . Dr. Tremblay eloquently defends this form of rational humanism.”
—Paul Kurtz, PhD, founder of the Center for Inquiry

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