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We will look at the various ways in which Ethical Humanism has been defined and practiced. Can our practices be different?
After two years in Kenya as Peace Corps Volunteers, Arthur joined the Ethical Movement and became the Leader of the Long Island Society in April 1968. He retired in 2001. He began teaching at Hofstra University in 1989 and recently retired as Professor Emeritus of University Studies. He is the author of 25 books, the most recent, Spiritual Timber, which was published by the American Ethical Union last December.
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