Secular humanism

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Secular humanists believe that each human being is worth something and has dignity. They think that people are happiest when they give something to society. They also believe that human beings can solve problems without help from god(s).

Secular humanists are not religious and are against superstition. Usually they are atheists, agnostics, deists, irreligious theists and ignostics.[1]

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  1. Healey, Joseph F. 2012. Statistics: a tool for social research. 9th ed., Cengage Learning, page 242 ISBN 978-1-111-18636-4,