Definition of 'humanism'
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It emphasises virtue and happiness and the values of humanism. The Collins History of the World in the 20th Century (1994)That went hand in hand with an old-fashioned liberal humanism. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Perhaps that's secular humanism for you. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Ferry's perspective is one of secular humanism. The Times Literary Supplement (2014)I have no argument with humanism and atheism being taught in secondary schools. The Sun (2011)I'm really happy to be a voice for secular humanism. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Trends of 'humanism'
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Translations for 'humanism'
British English: humanism NOUN
Humanism is the belief that people can achieve happiness and live well without religion.
People can be as powerfully motivated by humanism as they are by faith.
Definition of humanism from the Collins English Dictionary
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