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adjective as in classical

adjective as in liberal

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Example Sentences

It helped me to look at Israelis in a more humanistic way.

Yet when it comes to Palestinians under Israel's control, the humanistic approach to children's welfare tends to wither.

He prioritized spiritual values and humanistic principles above market forces and hedonistic impulses.

Are they idealistic freedom fighters with humanistic principles?

They had Ph.D. degrees from some German school, all based on some atheistic, humanistic philosophy.

It is worth noticing that not one of these young men went to Italy for his humanistic education.

The idealism of the eighteenth century was not reformative and humanistic, but revolutionary and humanitarian.

Between applied science and science as a cultural discipline—that is, science as a humanistic study—the line is hard to draw.

Humanistic writing is full of the exulting sense of this emancipation.

Hence the pride which is an essential quality of the humanistic attitude.


On this page you'll find 95 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to humanistic, such as: classic, academic, doric, grecian, hellenic, and ionic.

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