Reference Materials

Official materials

  1. Declaration of Principles, approved in the First Congress of the Humanist International (HI) (Florence, 1989)
  2. Thesis (amplification of the Principles), approved by the First Congress of the HI (Florence, 1989).
  3. Basis for Political Action, approved by the First Congress of the HI and updated with the proposals for political action in this document.
  4. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, approved in 1948 by the United Nations, and adopted by the Humanist Party in the First Congress of the HI (Florence, 1989).
  5. The Humanist Document, adopted by the Humanist Party in the Second congress of the HI (Moscow, 1993)
  6. Recommendations by the coordination table of the First Congress of the HI (Florence, 1989).
  7. Manual of Personal Development for members of the Humanist Movement. Center of Studies, Punta de Vacas Park, 2009. Available from www.silo.net.

Recommended materials:

  1. The Book of the Humanist International (Compilation of documents, 2000).
  2. Letters to my friends, Silo, Collected Works, Vol. I.
  3. Orange Books (analysis and proposals for action by national parties).
  4. Beyond Capitalism, Mixed Economics, Guillermo Sullings, 2000.
  5. The End of Prehistory, Tomas Hirsch.

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