A Pakistani-Canadian's personal account of her education as a Muslim, and the anti-Jewish sentiments which Muslim children in some parts of the world can be taught.
The founder of the Oxford Institute for British Islam on his interpretation of the Quran, free thought within Islam, and the Israel-Palestine conflict.
The author of 'The Closing of the Western Mind' on ancient Greece, Christianity, and the narrowing of public discourse today.
A Greek philosopher who was banished from Athens in the fifth century BC for claiming that the sun and moon were not gods.
The author of ‘Humanly Possible: Seven Hundred Years of Humanist Freethinking, Enquiry and Hope' speaks to the Freethinker.
'There is no intrinsic value in any particular species. What matters is the existence, experience and will to live of the individual sentient beings.'