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Welcome to /r/Humanism!
> ##What is Humanism?
>> Humanism is a democratic and ethical life stance, which affirms that human beings have the right and responsibility to give meaning and shape to their own lives. It stands for the building of a more humane society through an ethic based on human and other natural values in the spirit of reason and free inquiry through human capabilities. Because humanism is not based on any theological premise, every individual is free to combine humanism with other belief systems and to resolve conflicting beliefs in their own way.
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> #Introductory Readings:
> 1. Personal attacks, abusive language, trolling, racism and bigotry will not be tolerated.
> 2. If the purpose of your comment is to derail the discussion, troll another user, personally attack a user, or make a racial/bigoted statement then it will be removed. Comments that obviously add nothing to the discussion will also be removed.
> 3. If a submission is downvoted to or below zero and remains so for over 24 hours, the post will be deemed off topic and be removed to make room for other submissions.
> 4. We encourage and maintain a community for civil discussion that is respectful to all beliefs and ideals. As humanists, we have a diverse group of religious and irreligious subscribers. For this reason, militant and radical submissions will not be accepted and may be removed. Submitters who post a solely anti-theistic or anti-secular link/text may be asked to resubmit with an appropriately improved title or to post elsewhere.
> 5. We encourage proper reddiquette and hope that submissions or comments are voted up or down based on their relevancy to our subreddit, not because the reader agrees or disagrees with the presented opinion.
> ##Related Subreddits:
> ## Types of Humanism:
> * Secular Humanism