Saturday, January 29, 2011

Very Short Introduction to Humanism published


My Oxford University Press Very Short Introduction to Humanism was published on Thursday.

8 comments:

The Atheist Missionary said...

Congratulations. Just pre-ordered on amazon.ca. Not available in Canada until the end of February. Estimated delivery March 2, 2011. Hate to wait that long because I would like to submit a review to Free Inquiry.

Fergus Gallagher said...

Suggest add a direct (Amazon?) link.

Stephen Law said...

I thought I had, Fergus. Can't you see it?

achi said...

Excellent Stephen, this will be another great read as your other books. Ordering it now.

Paul P. Mealing said...

Just checked it out on Amazon UK, where I procure most of my reading in science and philosophy.

Will probably order it when I've finished my current one, Why Beliefs Matter; Reflections on the Nature of Science by E. Brian Davies, Professor of Mathematics at King's College, London. More than half way through and a very stimulating read.

Regards, Paul.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations!

The link is both visible and works from Norway.

Cassanders
In Cod we trust

Tim Stephenson said...

Stephen, I have begun your new book. Firstly, most of us who who "organize under the banner of Humanism" have used the capital H for some time. I assume you adopted the small h for a reason? (maybe you explain this later in the book).

Tim Stephenson said...

What is the difference between a "non-natural mathematics" and a "natural mathematics". Surely all Humanists are committed to some form of pluralistic naturalism.