Sentientist Politics

Sentientist Politics – New Page!

We’ve created a new page about Sentientist Politics. Parties and movements that have a naturalistic or sentiocentric (non-human animal) focus. Maybe one day we’ll see both – sentientist parties and movements…

Continue reading
All Things Risk

New Sentientism PodCast Episode – All Things Risk

I had a great conversation about Sentientism with Ben Cattaneo of the All Things Risk podcast. You can listen to the episode on the All Things Risk website, via Apple, Soundcloud or all the usual platforms. The All Things Risk podcast explores the themes of risk, uncertainty and resilience in every aspect of life. Have a look a some of their other episodes and […]

Continue reading
Eyes

Help us build our FAQ!

We’ve started a FAQ for Sentientism using some initial question suggested by members of our FaceBook group.

I’d love any feedback – whether new questions, better answers or both.

Continue reading
Association of Black Humanists

Free Zoom talk on Sentientism

The Association of Black Humanists have kindly invited me (Jamie) to talk and take questions about Sentientism at their regular MeetUp today.

Click here to sign up: https://www.meetup.com/Association-of-Black-Humanists/events/270657284/

Continue reading
Brain

Humanism needs an upgrade: Is Sentientism the philosophy that could save the world?

There is a little-known philosophy, well-founded in reality, that provides a sound basis for compassionate ethics and which will eventually become our predominant way of thinking. That’s partly because adopting this philosophy will give us the best chance of addressing the world’s problems, from the climate change crisis to the impact of artificial general intelligence. That philosophy is Sentientism.

Continue reading

Beyond Species Interview

A fascinating Beyond Species podcast conversation focused on Sentientism and animal advocacy. We talked about how anti-speciesists and vegans generally are sentientist, in that they grant meaningful moral consideration to all sentient beings.

Continue reading