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Meaning of “humanism” - Learner’s Dictionary

humanism

noun [U]     /ˈhjuːmənɪzəm/
a belief system based on human needs and values and not on a god or religionPhilosophyReligious beliefs and atheistic beliefs
humanist noun [C] humanistic     /ˌhjuːməˈnɪstɪk/ adjective
Translations of “humanism”
in Vietnamese chủ nghĩa nhân văn…
in Spanish humanismo…
in Thai มนุษยนิยม…
in Malaysian humanisme…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人本主義,人文主義…
in Indonesian humanisme…
in Russian гуманизм…
in Turkish insanları sevme ülküsü, insancıllık, hümanizm…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人本主义,人文主义…
in Polish humanizm…
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