panhuman

Related to panhuman: habitation

pan·hu·man

 (păn-hyo͞o′mən)
adj.
Of or relating to all humanity.

panhuman

(pænˈhjuːmən)
adj
relating to all humanity
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It sets free the essence of the aeschylian drama and leads the audience to the understanding of the panhuman nature of ancient drama.
Although the telos of each individual undoubtedly varies, we have attempted to identify a panhuman understanding of humanity's telos in this paper.
But it is also an Africa redeemed, whose resuscitation will greatly contribute to the germination of a panhuman civilization.
Genocide victims calling that panhuman tragedy as "events of the 20th century.
But, from the small flying saucer or millennial cult whose believers wait in sheets and for whom the promised event MUST come, to the present day Republic of South Africa where leaders burn their boats in reaction to the rest of the world, cross-cultural analysis suggests that fanaticism is panhuman.
means to become a brother to all people, a panhuman , if you like .
This begs the issue of which works constitute those so-called classics of supposedly panhuman appeal.
In Izvestiia's paraphrase, the idea sounded stark and simple: "Russia is the builder of the panhuman civilization.
The cultural relativity of values is real, and it is frequently used to justify the things we do, but if we are to seek higher level answers to our moral dilemmas, then we must learn to transcend our cultural ethnocentrism and to adopt points of view that are relatively non-relative in orientation and panhuman in scope.
In addition, this research has largely been cross-cultural in nature, an approach that focuses on the transporting and testing of current models with an eye on establishing universal, panhuman constructs and processes (Georgas, Berry, van de Vijver, Kagitcibasi, & Poortinga, 2006).
Though I have never invoked "ingenuity" as an explanatory category, and would favor tracing this panhuman capacity to whatever social conditions might facilitate and channel its uneven expression, the connotations of the term are perhaps more relevant to our historical problematic than the dismissals by Goody and Langlois would have us believe.
Dostoevsky writes in a notebook of the mid-1860s: "We are by no means such pochvenniki that we deny the panhuman ideal .