Maybe it's just a sign of the times that we are examining all activities and thoughts through a lens of politics, so why should our Humanism escape this examination?
- How has humanism shaped your political choices?
- In what ways do you separate your beliefs about humanistic values from your political choices?
- Did you come to humanism by being political, or did you become interested in politics because of discussions, readings, etc. in humanism?
- Is it possible (or even desirable) to completely separate humanistic ideals from political choices?
- Do we believe that certain political philosophies better mesh with Humanism than others?
- Are there any Political Schools of Thought or Points of View that are mutually exclusive with Humanist thought?