The Dead Have their Day

Originally published in the 2013 Summer edition of Humanitie magazine. Now that sex in all its infinite variety is widely discussed throughout the western world, death is the last great taboo subject. It’s not quite such a dirty word in…

Julian Bagini: All Welcome

by Julian Bagini, originally published in the 2013 Spring edition of Humanitie magazine. I recently conducted a secular ‘service’ at the Stella Malus Church of Atheism’, as the library at the Oxford Union was temporarily renamed for the occasion. It…

Recovering from Religion

by Ruth Haydock, originally published in the 2013 Summer edition of Humanitie magazine. We were delighted when Ruth Haydock contacted us in response to Lorna Wallace’s “Young. Free and Humanist’ article in the last issue. Not only is Ruth the…

John Grey

Is there life after John Gray?

by Peter Sutherland, originally published in the 2013 Summer edition of Humanitie magazine. Is there life after death? Virtually all humanists would answer “No.” However, in his new book. The Immortalization Commission; The Strange Quest to Cheat Death, philosopher John…

Suggest an Article

Writers / Publishers: Submitting your own work is encouraged.

Know an article we should include on Humanitie? Make a suggestion.

The opinions expressed on the Humanitie platform do not necessarily reflect the policies of Humanist Society Scotland.