The Society of Reason, based in the Capital Region of New York State, believes that while superstition, religious dogma, and other irrational belief systems are dangerous tools of manipulation and power to be rejected by critical thinkers, there are inherent human needs for community and self-examination that should not be rejected along with them.
Our mission is twofold: First, to create a community for skeptics, freethinkers, atheists, naturalists, agnostics, brights, and any other adherents of critical thought; and second, to explore and refine tools for critical introspection and self-improvement that avoid entanglement in superstition and religious dogma.


Secular Coalition for America Now Organizing in New York

The Secular Coalition for America, an advocacy organization than lobbies the U.S. Congress on issues of special concern to non-theists, has begun a program to organize state-level chapters. read more>>>

Atheists at Java's....Summer heat edition - July 12th

The Capital Region Atheists and Agnostics are planning a get-together at Professor Java's Coffee Sanctuary on July 12th. Organizer Deb says: read more>>>

CDHS Presents "On Becoming a Person" - July 8th

In this free, open to the public CDHS presentation; Sheldon Solomon, Professor of Psychology at Skidmore College, will present an overview of Carl Rogers' classic work On Becoming a Person as an example of a humanistic approach to personality theory and psychotherapy. read more>>>

Observing a Day of Reason, not Prayer! - May 3rd

The Capital Region Atheists and Agnostics are planning a pub night on May 3rd, in honor of the National Day of Reason. Organizer Risa says: read more>>>

Back In Action!

Hi everyone, You've probably noticed that the site has been down for nearly a week. Long story short, we were hacked! Whoever it was was extremely malicious, and screwed up enough of the site that the entire thing, along with every bit of customization and configuration, needed to be reinstalled and rebuilt by hand. read more>>>

Atheists at Java's - dinner and good godless conversation! - April 17th

The Capital Region Atheists and Agnostics are planning another coffee-house get-together on April 17th. Organizer Deb says: read more>>>

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