"Free inquiry entails recognition of civil liberties as integral
to its pursuit, that is, a free press, freedom of communication,
the right to organize opposition parties and to join voluntary
associations, and freedom to cultivate and publish the fruits of
scientific, philosophical, artistic, literary, moral and
religious freedom."
by:
Source:
“A Secular Humanist Declaration,” in On The Barricades, 1989
Rating:
Categories:
 
Bookmark and Share  
Reader comments about this quote:
 -- tyler anderson      
sorry but freedom for all means no freedom for others these humanist are all the same they think they should have complete freedom but no one else especially christians should in making their own freedom they continually hack at the rope that is saving them from death
 -- alawari, al jarez     
  • 1 1
  •  
    that's an incomprehensible rant...
     -- Anonymous     
  • 1
  •  
    Kinda - sorta, I like it but something is lurking that isn't quite right. umm??? maybe "civil" liberties where full liberty is a faculty of birth right. hmmm ? ? ?
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
  •  
    Someone ought to remind today's secular humanist colleges. How did diversity become division, dialogue become censorship, and professors become authoritarian (i.e. everything the secularists have condemned the church for)?
     -- E Archer, NYC     
  •  
     
    Rate this quote!
    How many stars?
    0
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5

     
    What do YOU think?
    Your name:
    Your town:
        CLICK JUST ONCE!

    More Quotations
    Get a Quote-A-Day! Free!
    Liberty Quotes sent to your mail box.
    RSS Subscribe
    Quotes & Quotations - Send This Quote to a Friend

    © 1998-2018 Liberty-Tree.ca