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(1) Her book captures the quintessence of Renaissance humanism.
(2) Humanism had flourished in last century.
(3) As a religion humanism affirms some important absolutes.
(4) This context is essential to the understanding of humanism, one of the fundamental aspects of Western thought.
(5) It is nothing less than the crisis of humanism as a religion being played out in economic life.
(6) It is the irreconcilable contradiction inevitable in humanism because of its false assumptions in constructing a world-view.
(7) By this I mean the secular humanism that has allowed the flowering of civil society in the West.
(8) Modigliani's profound humanism and pessimism made him distrust political systems.
(9) Protestant humanism was the source from which the great flood of the Reformation flowed between the fifteenth and the sixteenth centuries.
(10) The rationalist past and the luminaries of Western humanism have been reclaimed, Marx among them.
(11) Renaissance humanism preached respect for the greatness of the human being as an individual: it stressed personal intelligence and ability.
(12) I would regard Fanon's humanism otherwise.
(13) Humanists, deceived by cognates, can flatter humanism in disastrous ways.
(14) I suggest that it is humanism - both religious and secular - that is the dominant philosophical adversary.
(15) Avignon was undoubtedly the starting-point of humanism and, with it, the Renaissance.
(16) But Marxism too has its roots in humanism.
(17) Renaissance humanism was marked by such reading, such continual conversation.
(18) Foucault objects to historicism and Western humanism to the extent that they assume a continuous development, progress, and global totalization.
(19) Do you think this comes automatically with humanism?
(20) This paper explains their humanism thoughts and its realistic significance from the three aspects of natural man, social man, and historical man.
(21) Modern humanism regards the whole interests and mutual benefits of human being as its beginning point, finally has to be turned into the practical action of every citizen.
(22) There is deep spirit of humanism in the romaunt of Ming and Qing.
(23) Humanism is the requirement of the invalid marriage system.
(24) Its polyphony had to reckon with an element to which Humanism attached enormous importance: the words.
(25) The problem of wife abuse is not one of feminism, secular humanism or a lack of headship in the home.
(26) There was less interest in programmes on political subjects and an actual dislike of political propaganda programmes such as Nation and Humanism. Sentencedict.com
(27) At all events, it is thanks to them that the revolutionary humanism of 1789 still lives on.
(28) Or to put it another way, the analysis lacks both a sense of humanism and a theory of ideology.
(29) What A Present View forces us to do is to reconsider a traditional equation between humanism and liberalism.
(30) Jawaharlal Nehru was thoughtful and precise when he drew a link between humanism, tolerance, reason, and progress.
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