CONTENTS:- 1. Introduction to humanism. 2. Humanism-life stance. 3. Ethics practice. 4. Ethics egoism and moral relativism. 5. Ethics in religion. 6. Aristotelian ethics. 7. Father’s Rights Movement. 8. Human rights. 9. Reproductive rights and gender equality. 10. Religious humanism. 11. Medical ethics. 12. Business ethics. 13. Consequentialism. 14. Morality and ethics.
Humanism is a perspective common to a wide range of ethical stances that attaches importance to human dignity, concerns and capabilities, particularly rationality. Although the word has many senses, its meaning comes intro focus when contrasted to the supernatural or to appeals to authority. Since the nineteenth century, humanism has been associated with a anti-clericalism inherited from the eighteenth-century enlightenment philosophers. Twenty-first century humanism tends to strongly endorse human rights, including reproductive rights, gender equality, social justice, and the separation of church and state.