Philosopher AC Grayling emphasises the importance of basing our beliefs on rational foundations.
Watch a number of humanists answering the question ‘How can we know what is right and wrong?'
Philosopher AC Grayling explains why, even in a vast and purposeless universe, human beings might still matter.
Head of Ceremonies at Humanists UK, Isabel Russo, describes the purpose and focus of a humanist funeral.
Philosopher Stephen Law introduces what humanists might mean when they talk about scepticism.
Philosopher Stephen Law explains how it is better to think about our beliefs as appearing on a scale of reasonableness.
Philosopher Richard Norman explains how stories can help us to make sense of our lives.
Humanist pastoral support trainer and practitioner Carrie Thomas describes the way some humanists approach the end of their lives.
Philosopher Richard Norman describes the responsibilities that come attached to our human capacities.
Philosopher Peter Cave explores how a belief that death is the end might inform our attitudes towards it
Philosopher AC Grayling explains a humanist approach to how we should live.
Philosopher AC Grayling describes how a recognition of tragedy can motivate the way we live.
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