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Synonyms for humanistic

of or pertaining to a philosophy asserting human dignity and man's capacity for fulfillment through reason and scientific method and often rejecting religion


of or pertaining to Renaissance humanism


pertaining to or concerned with the humanities

marked by humanistic values and devotion to human welfare

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partment of Care Ethics, University of Humanistic Studies; Frans Vosman,
While David Polizzi, Michael Braswell and Matthew Draper retained eight chapters from the first edition of Transforming Corrections: Humanistic Approaches to Corrections and Offender Treatment, 10 new chapters have been added to reflect contemporary perspectives in psychotherapy and social work with offenders.
After careful deliberation, the members of the committee decided that the old mission statement did not fully reflect contemporary humanistic counseling beliefs or practices.
Seaton's focus on Wilson and Trilling, and to a lesser extent on Ralph Ellison as critic, is crucial to his argument because it is intended to prove the author's thesis that the humanistic tradition continues to serve as a viable alternative to postmodernist criticism.
To me Lebanon stands for Gibran and his humanistic views.
In his very inspiring speech on "Re-Framing Humanistic English Language Teaching in Shifting Sands", Stephen Slater (University of South Australia) reviewed the development of foreign language teaching in the last decades and advocated the renewal and re-energizing of humane and humanistic values in language teaching as opposed to the excesses of technologization, globalization, consumerism, standardization and quantification.
It contains a selection of papers that may be understood as cross-sectional evidence of the pulse of the debate on a common and rather narrowly defined topic: What is humanistic management, and which role does it or should it play in business?
But in the opening forum that introduces the topic, there is neither any representative from nor even a mention of the existence of the Secular Humanistic Judaism movement.
see the debates regarding them and related concepts in the Journal of Humanistic Psychology [1987-1989]).
com he extensively quoted Dennis' insights his view of how the humanistic approach and values which are critical to leadership transformation in organizations today.
Transforming Corrections: Humanistic Approaches to Corrections and Offender Treatment is written for the thoughtful researcher, clinician and program planner.
A guide to humanistic studies in aging; what does it mean to grow old?
Therefore, concern for the individual in his or her broadest sense is central to a humanistic manager.
Among the works by humanistic intellectuals presented in the essays of this second part are those by Pedro de Valencia, Lorenzo de Zamora, and Francisco Nunez de Coria.
TARZANA - As a Humanistic Judaic congregation, Adat Chaverim is the only one of its kind in the Los Angeles area.
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