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.


Food Bank Volunteer Project - October Second

Debra, of the Capital Region Atheists & Agnostics, has organized a volunteer day at the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York for members of the Faith-free community. This is the third such effort in the last year. read more>>>

Positive Press for the Community!

In today's Times Union, the lead piece in their 'Faces of Faith' column was a profile of one of the founding members of Capital Region Atheists and Agnostics, Rick Martin. Rick answered questions about both his beliefs and the local rationalist community. read more>>>

CDHS Presents "Dr. Stephen Liebo: The New Middle East" - September 11th

Once again, the Capital District Humanist Society invites you to this free, open to the public presentation by Dr. Stephen Liebo. Dr. Liebo will discuss issues that have arisen since the attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon ten years ago. read more>>>

Godless Gathering at Javas - August 30th

The Capital Region Atheists and Agnostics are planning a get-together August 30th. Organizer Deb says: read more>>>

Beer and Blasphemy Returns - August 11th

Sponsored by the Capital Region Atheists and Agnostics, this event is back by popular demand. Come on out and join your fellow unbelievers for an evening of good food and drink, great discussion, camaraderie, and support. read more>>>

CDHS Presents "Colin Donnaruma: NYCLU legislative issues in New York State" - August 14th

This month, the Capital District Humanist Society invites you to this free, open to the public presentation by Colin Donnaruma. Colin is a graduate of Hamilton College and Albany Law School, and the newly elected NYCLU Capital Region board president. read more>>>

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