“You almost saw a humanist as well as an absolute demonic side,” she says now.
Still, perpetuating the Auschwitz tattooing offends me as a humanist, a Jew and a Zionist.
So not only would I consider myself a feminist, but I would consider myself a humanist.
“There should be humanist alternatives to church in basic training,” he said.
But if the religious Zionist youth movements are any indication, those values will be anything but universal or humanist.
But the humanist regards them as men and women who have been wronged.
The humanist creed recognises all men as sparks of Divinity.
I am a humanist by profession—until now I believed myself a modern humanist.
But the humanist nations, being non-militant, turned a deaf ear.
It was this that made him a humanist; this that placed him before his age.
1580s, "student of the classical humanities," from Middle French humaniste (16c.), formed on model of Italian umanista "student of human affairs or human nature," coined by Italian poet Lodovicio Ariosto (1474-1533), from Latin humanus "human" (see human; also cf. humanism). Philosophical sense is from 1903.
In the Renaissance, a scholar who studied the languages and cultures of ancient Greece and Rome; today, a scholar of the humanities. The term secular humanist is applied to someone who concentrates on human activities and possibilities, usually downplaying or denying the importance of God and a life after death.