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  1. Paul Kurtz (forthcoming). A Declaration of Independence: A New Global Ethics. Free Inquiry.
     
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  2. Paul Kurtz (forthcoming). Are “Evangelical Atheists” Too Outspoken? Free Inquiry.
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  3. Paul Kurtz (2014). Moral Choices in a Random Universe. Essays in the Philosophy of Humanism 21 (2):103-110.
    This essay is excerpted by Nathan Bupp from Paul Kurtz, The Turbulent Universe (Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 2013). Copyright ©2013 by the Estate of Paul Kurtz. All rights reserved. Used by permission of the Estate and the publisher, www.prometheusbooks.com.
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  4. Paul Kurtz & Gail Kennedy (2011). Academic Freedom and Academic Anarchy, Sidney Hook. World Futures 11 (sup1):77-87.
  5. Paul Kurtz (2010). Activist Court Undermines American Democracy. Free Inquiry 30:4-5.
     
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  6. Paul Kurtz (2010). Education for the Future: The Liberating Arts. Free Inquiry 30:23-25.
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  7. Paul Kurtz (2010). Exuberant Skepticism. Prometheus Books 59 John Glenn Drive.
    What is skepticism? -- Skepticism as selective doubt -- Scientific method and rational skepticism -- Skepticism and the new enlightenment -- The growth of antiscience -- Skepticism, science, and the paranormal -- Should skeptical inquiry be applied to religion? -- Skepticism and religion -- Are science and religion compatible? -- Skepticism and political inquiry -- Skepticism and ethical inquiry -- Moral faith and ethical skepticism reconsidered -- Skepticism and eupraxsophy -- The new skepticism: a worldwide movement -- Skeptical inquiry: my (...)
     
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  8. Paul Kurtz (2010). Looking Ahead: Future Prospects for Dewey's Philosophy. Free Inquiry 30:38-46.
     
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  9. Paul Kurtz (2010). The Eupraxsophy of Hope. Free Inquiry 30:4-6.
     
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  10. John R. Shook & Paul Kurtz (eds.) (2010). Dewey's Enduring Impact: Essays on America's Philosopher. Prometheus Books.
     
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  11. Louise Antony, William Lane Craig, John Hare, Donald C. Hubin, Paul Kurtz, C. Stephen Layman, Mark C. Murphy, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong & Richard Swinburne (2009). Is Goodness Without God Good Enough?: A Debate on Faith, Secularism, and Ethics. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
    Is Goodness Without God Good Enough contains a lively debate between William Lane Craig and Paul Kurtz on the relationship between God and ethics, followed by seven new essays that both comment on the debate and advance the broader discussion of this important issue. Written in an accessible style by eminent scholars, this book will appeal to students and academics alike.
     
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  12. Paul Kurtz (2009). A Call For New Planetary Institutions: Plus: The Rights of the Child / Torture and American Democracy. Free Inquiry 29:4-6.
     
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  13. Paul Kurtz (2009). A Short Primer On Secular Ethics. Free Inquiry 29:6-6.
     
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  14. Paul Kurtz (2009). Eupraxsophy and Naturalism. In John R. Shook & Paul Kurtz (eds.), The Future of Naturalism. Humanity Books
     
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  15. Paul Kurtz (2009). Overcoming the Global Economic Tsunami. Free Inquiry 29:4-5.
     
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  16. Paul Kurtz (2009). Personal Morality. Free Inquiry 29:4-5.
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  17. Paul Kurtz (2009). The Core Values of Secular Humanism: The Difference Between Ethics and Politics. Free Inquiry 29:6-6.
     
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  18. Paul Kurtz (2009). The Future of Secular Humanism in American: Plus: Does the Universe Have Meaning? Free Inquiry 29:4-4.
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  19. Paul Kurtz (2009). The ‘True Unbeliever’: Plus: Celebrating Thirty Years of Free Inquiry. Free Inquiry 30:4-5.
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  20. Paul Kurtz (2009). What Is the Center for Inquiry/Transnational? Free Inquiry 29:5-6.
     
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  21. Paul Kurtz & Tom Flynn (2009). More on the Vice Presidency. Free Inquiry 29:7-7.
     
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  22. Paul Kurtz, Ruch Mitchell, Toni Pelt & Tom Flynn (2009). It Is Time for Secular Humanists to Run for Public Office. Free Inquiry 29:7-7.
     
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  23. John R. Shook & Paul Kurtz (eds.) (2009). The Future of Naturalism. Humanity Books.
     
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  24. John Shook & Paul Kurtz (2009). Preface. In John R. Shook & Paul Kurtz (eds.), The Future of Naturalism. Humanity Books
     
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  25. Paul Kurtz (2008). Humanism and Atheism in China. Free Inquiry 28:41-43.
  26. Paul Kurtz (2008). Humanist Manifesto II. Free Inquiry 28:9-12.
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  27. Paul Kurtz (2008). In Defense of Fairness. Free Inquiry 28:31-32.
     
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  28. Paul Kurtz (2008). Multi-Secularism: The New Agenda. Free Inquiry 28:4-8.
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  29. Paul Kurtz (2008). Naturalism and the Future. Free Inquiry 28:4-8.
     
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  30. Paul Kurtz (2008). New Opportunities for Secular Humanism. Free Inquiry 28:8-8.
  31. Paul Kurtz (2008). The Ethics of Secularism. Free Inquiry 28:6-9.
     
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  32. Paul Kurtz (2008). The Papacy: Authority and Obedience. Free Inquiry 28:6-7.
     
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  33. Paul Kurtz (2008). The Progress of Humanism. Free Inquiry 28:6-8.
  34. Paul Kurtz (2008). The Two Imperatives of Planetary Ethics. Free Inquiry 29:6-10.
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  35. Paul Kurtz (2008). Violence in America. Free Inquiry 28:9-9.
  36. Paul Kurtz (2008). Why I Am a Skeptic About Religious Claims. Think 7 (19):49-59.
    Paul Kurtz recommends we subject religious claims to proper critical scrutiny. He believes that when we do, we will discover that skepticism is the only sensible position to adopt.
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  37. Paul Kurtz & Matt Cravatta (2008). America's Shame: Neglected Treaties. Free Inquiry 28:6-8.
     
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  38. Paul Kurtz (2007). Is Religion Compatible with Science and Ethics? In Paul Kurtz & David R. Koepsell (eds.), Science and Ethics: Can Science Help Us Make Wise Moral Judgments? Prometheus Books 258.
     
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  39. Paul Kurtz (2007). Morality is Natural. Think 5 (15):7-14.
    Many philosophers, including perhaps most famously G.E. Moore, have argued that morality is non-natural. Here, Paul Kurtz defends the view that it is, in fact, natural and can in fact be justified empirically.
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  40. Paul Kurtz (2007). Religion in Conflict. Free Inquiry 27:4-7.
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  41. Paul Kurtz (2007). Secular Humanist Morality. Free Inquiry 27:4-7.
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  42. Paul Kurtz (2007). The Industrial-Technological Revolution. Free Inquiry 27:4-9.
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  43. Paul Kurtz (2007). The Right to Privacy. In Paul Kurtz & David R. Koepsell (eds.), Science and Ethics: Can Science Help Us Make Wise Moral Judgments? Prometheus Books 119.
     
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  44. Paul Kurtz (2007). Wanted: Moral Education for Secular Children. Free Inquiry 27:4-7.
  45. Paul Kurtz (2007). 'Yes' To Naturalism, Secularism, And Humanism. Free Inquiry 27:4-7.
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  46. Paul Kurtz & David R. Koepsell (eds.) (2007). Science and Ethics: Can Science Help Us Make Wise Moral Judgments? Prometheus Books.
  47. Paul Kurtz (2006). Creating Secular and Humanist Alternatives to Religion. Free Inquiry 26:4-10.
     
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  48. Paul Kurtz (2006). Hurrah for Freedom of Inquiry: Vital Issues for Secular Humanists Plus The Best Antidote for Religious Fanaticism. Free Inquiry 26:4-7.
     
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  49. Paul Kurtz (2006). Sundry Reflections. Free Inquiry 26:4-7.
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  50. Paul Kurtz (2006). The Principles of Fairness: Progressive Taxation. Free Inquiry 26:4-7.
     
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