At a time when the world is looking for new ways to build peace and sustainable development, people must rely on the power of intelligence to innovate, expand their horizons and sustain the hope of a new humanism
The future of humanism is not merely to be caught in this duel between religions and secularists, but will open to a new future and requires a humanism pregnant with a new humanism
Two management scholars at the University of Pavia argue that Europe's impending jump from monetary union to economic union should be the opportunity to change from the vision of unrestrained global greed to a convergence of ideals that include a new humanism
, a social market economy, orderly relations between market and state, human rights, federalism, and subsidiarity.
That's the goal of my work: to construct a new humanism
Karl Sharro, a Lebanese-Iraqi architect based in London, author of "Manifesto: Towards a New Humanism
in Architecture," said that there was definitely an issue of miscommunication surrounding the work Solidere is doing.
He offers his own ideas and thoughts on many modern problems and presents his new solutions, which he calls new humanism
, and states a utopia is possible.
Dawson also played a role in the 1920s and 30s debate over the New Humanism
, contributing to Eliot's Criterion, as well as writing Christianity and the New Age, which stood as the historian's chief critique of Irving Babbitt and of John Dewey.
40) In this light, negative liberty might be the foundational value for a New Humanism
and understanding between these civilizations to manage the anticipated political clashes of the coming century.
to "Exotism", "I Am: A New Humanism
in American Art and Design", "The Strange Life of Andrei Roiter's Objects", and much more.
The pope wants the Church to do for the 21st century what Benedict of Nursia and his monastic communities did for another world in transition: preserve what is best of the old world while marrying it to a truer and nobler understanding of who and what we are, to a new humanism
which sees in the face of Christ the true meaning of our humanity.
This article examines Said's complex relationship to humanism, and his attempt to articulate a new humanism
that moves beyond parochialism and relates to what he called "secular criticism.
Dealing with the moral, ideological, sociological, and scientific dimensions of serendipity as well as its social and etymological history, The Travels and Adventures of Serendipity is destined to become a classic in the history and philosophy of science on the order of The History of Science and the New Humanism
(1956) by George Sarton, Merton's teacher.