However, the accelerated advances in science and technology, along with other socioeconomic and political factors have been causing a gradual shift from classical training to competency-based training, increasingly focused on the development and acquisition of professional knowledge, to the detriment of the humanistic
sense and the indispensable integral formation of human beings.
"This is another humanistic
step in accordance with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev's social policy," the minister added.
liberal" is "passionately committed to abstract values," is deeply concerned with civil liberties, and accepts social protest as a necessary social force.
The President handed over the Order of Merit to Washington State Senator Mark Anthony Miloscia for a significant personal contribution to strengthening the international authority of the Ukrainian state, development of interstate cooperation, fruitful public and humanistic
"The crux of humanistic
medicine is "holistic healing"-defined as treating not only the physical body of the patient but treating the metaphysical soul as well.
KARACHI -- Speakers at an international conference held at Karachi University (KU) on Thursday expressed concern over the rise in cases of mental disorders in the country, emphasising the need for a more humanistic
approach towards patients.
ISLAMABAD -- The Chairman of Hurriyat forum, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq has urged India and Pakistan to adopt the realistic and humanistic
approach for resolution of the Indian occupied Kashmir dispute to avert killings across the Line of Control.
Kirkbride, a counselor for adults, children, and young people in private practice in the UK, offers a manual for counseling young people, based on evidence-based and ethical practice aligned with the British Association for Counselling and PsychotherapyAEs (BACP) Competences for Humanistic
Counseling with Young People (11-18 Years) framework and its basis in humanistic
Literary Criticism from Plato to Postmodernism: The Humanistic
Alternative, by James Seaton.
University of Humanistic
Studies and Tilburg University
Transforming Corrections: Humanistic
Approaches to Corrections and Offender Treatment, Second Edition, edited by David Polizzi, Michael Braswell and Matthew Draper, Carolina Academic Press, Durham, N.C., 2014, 366 pp.
James Seaton's Literary Criticism from Plato to Postmodernism: The Humanistic
Alternative is a much-needed reassessment of the two major traditions of Western literary criticism.