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Skip to 0 minutes and 7 secondsCongratulations! You have reached the end of the course. I hope you’ve enjoyed the experience. Maybe you were a humanist when you started this course and what you have learned has helped to confirm and strengthen your own humanist beliefs. Or maybe it has raised doubts. Maybe you knew very little about humanism at the beginning and what you have learned has made you think that you may be a humanist. Or maybe you are far from convinced by the humanist approach to life but at least now feel more empathy for those who hold it. Whatever your conclusions, I hope you feel you have developed a better understanding of humanists and the humanist approach to life.

Skip to 0 minutes and 41 secondsThank you for taking the time to complete the course and for all your contributions to the discussions and other activities along the way. If humanism is an ongoing conversation about the best way to live, then the more people taking part the better. Finally, we hope the course has also enabled you to think more deeply about the topics we have investigated over the past six weeks and to consider your own personal responses. This may be the end of the course, but we hope it is just the beginning of your own exploration into life’s bigger questions. Goodbye.

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Alan Brine, Peter Cave, Andrew Copson, Luke Donnellan, AC Grayling, Patricia Grogan, Stephen Law, George Magner, Michael Marshall, Marilyn Mason, Gary McLelland, Richard Norman, David Pollack, Teddy Prout, Jeremy Rodell, Isabel Russo, Nishul Shah, Carrie Thomas, Richy Thompson, Sandi Toksvig, Jackie Watson ,Will Webb, Daniel Whitehouse, John Woolhouse, and Conway Hall

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Introducing Humanism: Non-religious Approaches to Life

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