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To Love and To Learn, This is the Promise of Humanism

by Marc W. Bates

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Are these words to be taken seriously? Perhaps they are. I admit that I might make trouble for myself by treating them as absolute, as untouchable claims. But it seems to me that they are worthwhile, if only for the sake of balance. The statement is true, and if it is, it is important. As for the question of how it is that I might be “making trouble for myself,” I have always feared that the term “experience” has lost all meaning for a certain class of people.

I do not believe that women or men can know God by experience, because I do not believe that people can know anything by experience. You cannot know that you love because you experience it. So you can experience yourself as loving. But you cannot, except by the same sort of thinking that proves that you do not know the nature of reality. You experience that you are in pain, and you may even experience that you are loving. You do not “know” the nature of pain. You experience it. You experience that you are in pain. You experience that you are loving, and you have “experience” for the first time, the moment that you know. Is “experience” a good word for that?

I do not pretend that I have any better idea of what is real and what is untrue. I can only observe the appearances of things, and I can observe some facts about them. I can affirm that women or men can truly love and know love, and I can affirm that they can be wrong or mistaken about that knowledge.

I can affirm that I have only


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A member of parliament came under fire on Thursday after he suggested that married women did not need contraception because a man ‘is not going to mistake his wife for another woman’.

Speaking to the British House of Commons, John Bercow, a Conservative member of the House of Commons, suggested that women should use contraceptives to avoid pregnancy.

‘I think that the Committee has had the matter raised this morning by a number of colleagues that it is not a reason for a woman to have an abortion but it is a reason for her to use contraception,’ said Mr Bercow, whose comments were met with a mixture of surprised and confused reactions.

‘In other words, women should, if they so choose, take precautions so as to avoid becoming pregnant by a man who is not going to mistak [sic] his wife for another woman and it seems to me that that is simply not going to be the case.’

His comments were met with stunned silence from his Labour colleagues, but quickly excused by Conservative Party officials.

‘It was a slip of the tongue. It’s not usually a slip of the tongue,’ said party spokesman Eddie Tomlinson.

‘As a Conservative I am perfectly happy for women to use contraception. I think I am in agreement with Ed Miliband on this matter.’

In 2014, Paul Nuttall, the leader of Ukip, made similar comments in the British Parliament, suggesting that women should avoid ‘abortion and contraceptives’ in order to ‘prevent contraception from being misused’. Mr Bercow replied to Nuttall saying: ‘A man is not, I’m afraid, going to be wise enough to distinguish between one woman and another