Humanists are defined as people who believe that conduct should be based on reason, evidence, understanding and tolerance. They believe there is no supernatural force, nor is there certain knowledge of laws of historical progress - people must therefore face their problems with their own moral and intellectual resources, using the accumulated knowledge and experience of mankind. Since they tend not to believe in life after death, their concern is with this life, which they strive to make worthwhile. They claim no special knowledge or final answers, since they regard the search for understanding as a continuing process.
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