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- adj. Of or pertaining to humanism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to humanity.
- adj. Pertaining to polite literature.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to humanity or the humanities; characteristic of humanists or of humanism.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. pertaining to or concerned with the humanities
- adj. of or pertaining to Renaissance humanism
- adj. marked by humanistic values and devotion to human welfare
- adj. of or pertaining to a philosophy asserting human dignity and man's capacity for fulfillment through reason and scientific method and often rejecting religion
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Are you implying that only middle class blacks can think in humanistic terms towards the ‘other’?
You ask whether I think only “middle class blacks can think in humanistic terms towards the ‘other’?”.
In essence, being humanistic is a worthy endeavour and one to which I subscribe fully.
Perhaps that's why most experiments in humanistic governance have been total, abject failures, marked by significant levels of genocide to cleanse the population of people who get in the way of progress.
Guardian Figures? in humanistic forms from Kalimantan and Timor.?
I am troubled by both the private and public versions of an economic focus, and I am drawn to what, for lack of a better word, might be called the humanistic purposes -- again, in both their private and public expressions.
I'm troubled by both the private and public versions of an economic focus, and I'm drawn to what, for lack of a better word, might be called the humanistic purposes -- again, in both their private and public expressions.
Exactly, which is why these so-called humanistic movements always end up killing so many people.
What I call the humanistic and individualistic side of the Enlightenment was generally associated with the French, and in order to break away from Napoleon, the Germans embraced the scientific and rational side of the Enlightenment.
The two world views -- the technological and what you might call the humanistic, although that loads the case, but the traditional view of religion and education and politics and so on.