Humanist Seminar

A Socratic approach to talking about humanist topics

The Humanist Seminar meets at 10:15am on the first and third Sundays in the Glass Classroom. This class provides an opportunity to connect with fellow Westside Humanists as well as those who wish to know more about Humanism. We lean on our seven principles to tap into social and cultural topics through the eyes of a UU Humanist.  

The format of this class is like that of a seminar – a conference or other meeting for discussion or training. Additionally, we follow the Socratic method – a form of cooperative dialogue between individuals, based on asking and answering questions to stimulate critical thinking and to draw out ideas and underlying. Topics will be announced the week preceding and when appropriate, materials will be available either as hard copies or as links found on the Facebook page for your perusal.  This allows you to be prepared for active participation and listening. Myron Ice and Mary Noer will kick off the role as moderator, but others are welcome who would like to present topics in this manner to bring to the group. 

For further information, please feel free to contact Linda or Myron Ice at humanist-seminar@westsideuu.org We hope you will come check us out!

Join Us January 19, 2020!

What a great way to start the new year with 30+ attending our last Humanist Seminar! We hope to see everyone again this Sunday as we continue the discussion of Michael Lerner's Regaining Balance. This proved to be a very popular topic of much interest so Jaye Dodds and Joy Counts will moderate again on Sunday as we take a further look into the ideas he has presented. Hope to see you there!