humanism

英 ['hjuːmənɪz(ə)m] 美 ['hjʊmə'nɪzəm]
  • n. 人道主义
  • adj. 人文主义的;人道主义的
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humanism 人文主义

human-,人的,人文的,-ism,主义。

humanism (n.)
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."
1. Humanism had flourished in last century.
人文主义在上世纪盛行起来.

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2. This article analyses some aspects about the legal humanism education.
本文主要分析了法律人文主义教育观念的几个相关问题.

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3. With the return of Humanism, attention has been paid to Ecological Environment.
随人文主义的回归, 人们对生态环境逐渐关注.

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4. The first one investigates the relationship between humanism and peace education.
第一个部分旨在探究人文主义与和平教育的关系.

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5. Secondly, the intension of the humanism in university mathematics education is expounded.
其次, 阐明了大学数学教育中人文精神的内涵.

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