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“Limited human altruism still cramps and twists the lives of billions,” admits the esteemed philosopher. Even so, he’s willing to propose an ethical stance for the human future.
The 2011 Humanist of the Year feels sure that for moral arguments to impel our actions, they must be transformed into moral passions.
The world urgently needs more liberty and justice, and therefore more humanism.
What tells us more about ourselves—a primatologist’s observations of monkeys in a Gambian forest, or the many questions they raise?