Examples from the Web for humanism
It was the ultimate guarantor of the humanism he advanced against Nazism.
Gloria Steinem famously said that feminism is, at its core, humanism.Ten Reasons Women Are Losing While Gays Keep Winning|Jay Michaelson|July 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For all its supposed warmth and humanism, Midnight is completely inhuman to half the population.
The vexatious and wasteful conflict between naturalism and humanism is terminated.Reconstruction in Philosophy|John Dewey
He knew no Latin; he had no taste for humanism; he was a simple growth of the rich humour of the people.
The classical interest of humanism found its medium in the college or "grammar school."Ethics|John Dewey and James Hayden Tufts
We are not using the term "humanism" in this chapter in its strictly technical sense.
There are then two sets of media through which humanism has affected preaching.
British Dictionary definitions for humanism
Word Origin and History for humanism
along with humanist used in a variety of philosophical and theological senses 16c.-18c., especially ones imitating Latin humanitas "education befitting a cultivated man." See human + -ism. Main modern sense in reference to revival of interest in the Classics traces to c.1860; as a pragmatic system of thought, defined 1907 by co-founder F.C.S. Schiller as: "The perception that the philosophical problem concerns human beings striving to comprehend a world of human experience by the resources of human minds."