Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Agnosticism is...?

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In the current issue of New Humanist, Christopher Lane suggests that, in the grand tradition of Victorian thinkers like Charles Darwin, George Eliot, Thomas Huxley and Herbert Spencer, we shouldn't be afraid of being uncertain. Agnosticism, he suggests, can serve as an antidote to both religious fundamentalism and "the intellectual hubris of today’s unbridled certainty".

We suspect there will be many New Humanist readers who would self-identify as atheists, and many who would self-identify as agnostics. Perhaps some would even suggest it is even possible to identify as both? We thought we'd run a poll to find out – simply tell us what "Agnosticism is..." by voting below. (You can leave a comment if you don't like the options.)

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