humanitarianism

[ hyoo-man-i-tair-ee-uh-niz-uh m or, often, yoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF humanitarianism

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Humanitarianism has permeated our mores and has been a fountain of phrases.

Humanitarianism is nourished by pathos and it stimulates pathos.

Do you understand what I mean by the false emphasis of our humanitarianism?

We 'stoop to conquer' in humanitarianism, as well as in other love.

Put it fairly on the ground of humanitarianism, then, Palgrave; not of nationality.

It is on this basis that what is true in humanitarianism rests.

This humanitarianism was certainly in direct contradiction of the "principles of 1834."

In fine, we have arrived at humanitarianism; humanity has become God.

What religion calls the "sinner," humanitarianism calls the "egoist."

Whence these opinions animated by the spirit of humanitarianism?

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