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  • noun Plural form of humanist.

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Examples

  • Buddhism of which so much has been made by Western humanists is a creature of their highly selective readings of Buddhist scripture.

    Letters to the Editor

  • Buddhism of which so much has been made by Western humanists is a creature of their highly selective readings of Buddhist scripture.

    Letters to the Editor

  • The humanists, in other words, did more than anyone else to invent the Rinascimento, the Renaissance.

    Delizia!

  • (That I now work for, in the persons of Prometheus Books, the one group of anti-Xtians that actively does self-identify as secular humanists is the height of irony and/or the evidence of karma).

    A Climate of Opinion

  • This system is now entirely controlling human lives and destinies, asserving us to its own benefits, not (any more) ours which remain humanists utopias.

    More than a tragedy — a scandal « BuzzMachine

  • This system is now entirely controlling human lives and destinies, asserving us to its own benefits, not (any more) ours which remain humanists utopias.

    More than a tragedy — a scandal « BuzzMachine

  • A sampling of comments from our readers: The humanists are the new clergy ...

    RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • A sampling of comments from our readers: The humanists are the new clergy ...

    RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • A sampling of comments from our readers: The humanists are the new clergy ...

    RELIGION Blog | The Dallas Morning News

  • A sampling of comments from our readers: The humanists are the new clergy ...

    RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

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