First Humanist Manifesto is Published

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The first Humanist Manifesto is published. Written by Raymond Bragg and signed by 34 people, it refers to humanism as a religious movement that promises to transcend and replace older, god-based belief systems.

It includes fifteen affirmations on epistemology, cosmology, ethics, biological and cultural evolution, religion, human nature, and the importance of freedom and social justice.

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