Andrew Copson is the chief executive of Humanists UK (formerly the British Humanist Association), where he has worked for the past eleven years, and President of the International Humanist and Ethical Union. Together with A C Grayling, he edited the Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Humanism (Wiley, 2015) and Secularism was published by OUP in 2017.
Books by Andrew Copson
Secularism: A Very Short Introduction
by Andrew Copson
Andrew Copson’s short book covers a lot of ground. In his role as Chief Executive of Humanists UK, he is practically involved with secularism on a daily basis, and is an eloquent defender of secularist principles, but nevertheless here provides a balanced and generous interpretation that presents arguments on different sides.
Interviews with Andrew Copson
The best books on Humanism, recommended by Andrew Copson
Humanist ideas are not a recent phenomenon, but have been around for millennia, says Andrew Copson, chief executive of Humanists UK. He explains why it’s worth making a positive choice to be a humanist and recommends a great humanist reading list.