“I am a humanist, which means, in part, that I have tried to behave decently without any expectation of rewards or punishments after I’m dead.” – Kurt Vonnegut

“Humanism is the only – I would go so far as saying the final – resistance we have against the inhuman practices and injustices that disfigure human history.” – Edward Said

“Humanism: an exaltation of freedom, but one limited by our need to exercise it as an integral part of nature and society.” – John Ralston Saul

“Humanism is the belief that humans have the ability to change things and make them better.” – Daniel Radcliffe

“Humanism is the only philosophy that teaches us to be moral without the threat of divine punishment.” – Salman Rushdie

“Humanism is concerned with the rights and welfare of all people, regardless of their beliefs or origins.” – Richard Dawkins

“Humanism is a philosophy that places the value and agency of human beings above any other supernatural or metaphysical conception.” – Carl Sagan

“Humanism is about using reason and evidence to improve people’s lives and make the world a better place.” – Steven Pinker

“Humanism is about valuing and respecting the worth and dignity of every individual, regardless of their race, gender, or background.” – Bill Nye

“Humanism is not just about being good to others; it’s about being good to ourselves as well.” – Neil deGrasse Tyson

“Humanism is about embracing our shared humanity and working together to create a more just and compassionate world.” – Jane Goodall

“Humanism is the belief in the potential of human beings to achieve greatness and create a better future for all.” – Peter Singer

“Humanism is the understanding that we are all interconnected and interdependent, and that our actions have real consequences on others.” – Sam Harris

“Humanism is the idea that we have the power and responsibility to improve the world, both for ourselves and future generations.” – Ayaan Hirsi Ali

“Humanism is a philosophy that promotes empathy, compassion, and the pursuit of knowledge in order to create a more harmonious and equitable society.” – Yuval Noah Harari

“Humanism is the belief that we should live according to reason, ethics, and compassion, rather than relying on religious or supernatural authorities.” – Bart Ehrman

“Humanism is the rejection of superstition and dogma, and the embrace of reason and evidence in forming our beliefs and values.” – Lawrence Krauss

“Humanism is the recognition that the rights and well-being of individual human beings should always take precedence over any collective or abstract entity.” – Rebecca Goldstein

“Humanism is about recognizing and celebrating the unique capabilities and potential of each and every individual.” – Greta Thunberg

“Humanism is the belief that happiness and fulfillment can be found in this life, rather than relying on an afterlife.” – Yuval Harari

“Humanism is the belief that human beings have the capacity and responsibility to shape their own destinies and improve the world.” – Pinker

“Humanism is the belief that all human beings are equal and deserve equal rights and respect.” – Dawkins

“Humanism is the belief that ethics and morality should be based on reason, empathy, and compassion, rather than religious dogma.” – Harris

“Humanism is the belief that our values and actions should be guided by reason and evidence, rather than by blind faith or tradition.” – Tyson

“Humanism is the recognition that all individuals have the right to live with dignity and have access to basic necessities, regardless of their background or beliefs.” – Goldstein

“Humanism is the idea that we have the power and responsibility to create a more just and equitable society, based on empathy and respect for all.” – Goodall

“Humanism is the belief in the goodness and potential of human beings, and our ability to create a better world through reason and compassion.” – Radcliffe

“Humanism is about valuing and celebrating our shared humanity, and working together to create a better future for all.” – Nye