Monday, November 19, 2007

MAKING PUBLIC SPACE FOR ALL

Open secularism meets open religion Ekklesia 19 Nov 07 Culture and Review. The debate about religion in public life is often cantankerous, says Simon Barrow. But a constructive new pamphlet on secularism from the Humanist Philosophers' Group shows us that a better standard of discussion is possible.

This is a contribution to a public lecture meeting at the RSA on 08 November 2007. [Pic: RSA House, 8 Robert Adam Street, WC2: Designed especially for the Society by Robert Adam in the early 1770s, the Georgian fa├žade of the house conceals gems of both contemporary and traditional architecture. (c) RSA]

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